Warrant issued for Notre Dame student’s arrest for four counts of fraud
Observer Staff Report | Friday, July 26, 2019
Katherine Jin, a Notre Dame junior, was charged Friday with four felony counts of fraud related to the theft of credit card information at Au Bon Pain’s on-campus location, the South Bend Tribune reported.
Jin was charged with four Level 6 felonies. She has not yet been taken into custody.
According to the report, Jin was employed at Au Bon Pain from January 20, 2018 to May 24, 2019. Four customers who made purchases at the restaurant in April reported suspicious charges on their credit cards for large purchases of clothing and artwork. The artwork was delivered to Jin’s home address in New York.
“The transactions were all made electronically from an IP address that can only be accessed on Notre Dame’s campus,” the article said.
The article reported that Jin is still currently enrolled as a student at the University.