A Quakertown woman has been arrested for stealing a large amount of money from the senior center where she worked, state police said Wednesday.
According to state police, Rosezonda Jean O’Brien, 60, stole more than $22,000 from the Upper Bucks Senior Center located at 2183 Milford Square Pike in Milford. The theft occurred from Oct. 26, 2012 through March 11 of this year.
Police are not releasing any further information on the case to date.
O’Brien was charged with theft by unlawful taking, theft by deception and receiving stolen property. She was arraigned by Judge Mark D. Douple of Warrington District Court. Bail was set at $23,000 unsecured.
O’Brien is scheduled to appear in Perkasie District Court for a preliminary hearing June 17 at 10 a.m. in front of Judge Charles Baum.
According to court records, the 60-year-old has an extensive history of arrests for theft.
O’Brien was arrested by Philadelphia Police as far back as 1985 on theft by deception, theft by receiving stolen property, theft by unlawful taking and unauthorized use of credit cards. She later pleaded guilty to those charges and was sentenced to three years’ probation.
She was also charged with 11 counts of bad checks, along with theft and receiving stolen property, in 1987 by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, court documents stated.
In 1999 she was arrested by Dublin Township Police on two counts of theft an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, according to court records.