The woman accused of entering several people's homes pretending to be an undercover narcotics investigator is facing new charges, according to Greer police.
According to warrants, 48-year-old Christine Deyoung is now facing charges in the city of Greer for impersonating a law enforcement officer and obtaining property under false pretenses.
Warrants said an elderly man told his caretaker he was missing pills after a woman claiming to be an undercover police officer visited his home, telling him she was there to monitor and count his prescription pills.
A notice from the SC Department of Parole that belonged to Deyoung was found at the man's home, a family member told police.
The family member recognized her as the same woman seen on the news accused of pretending to be an undercover narcotics investigator in Spartanburg County, warrants said.
Family reported about 30 pills missing.
Deyoung was arrested on Wednesday night and released on bond.
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