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Mother confronts restaurant drive-thru worker who stole her credit card info and paid her bills

By Mason White 3:57 PM August 13, 2017
The suspect (L) and Courtney Parks
The suspect (L) and Courtney Parks
By: Alexis Bell

(Scroll down for video) A mother was shocked to learn that money was missing from her bank account.

The single mother of three children in North Carolina, did her own detective work when she noticed $600 missing from her bank account.

The money was used for online purchase of clothing and beauty supplies, as well as for car insurance and an electric companies.

27-year-old Courtney Parks realized that her credit card was used the night after she bought food for her family from Steak n’ Shake in Kannapolis.

She called the store and asked for the name of the woman who served her at the drive-thru.

After receiving the woman’s name, Parks found her social media accounts and confirmed that she was the employee who served her the night before.

She then called the electric company and learned that her credit card was used to pay the worker’s electric bill.

She also called the other companies and learned that the merchandise that was ordered with her credit card was supposed to go to the restaurant worker’s home.

Parks went to the restaurant with her three children, and confronted the thief.

The distraught mother said that she wanted the restaurant worker to see that she stole from her children.

In this 6 minute video, the mother is seen talking to the suspect and her manager. The suspect apologized and said: “Sorry, I am willing to pay you all your money.”

Armed with the evidence and confession, Parks filed a police report.

Here is a list of the charges the restaurant worker made shortly after Parks left the drive through.

11:48 p.m.: Guess Factory – $151.93
11:55 p.m.: Allstate – $143.00
12:04 a.m.: Duke Power – $121.50
1:19 a.m.: City Gear – $136.16
1:39 a.m.: Sally’s Beauty Supply- $48.09
A total of: $600.68