An investigation into a credit card that was reported stolen and used resulted in the arrest of a woman who allegedly admitted using the card.

An investigation into a credit card that was reported stolen and used resulted in the arrest of a woman who allegedly admitted using the card.

Sheena Pitts, 24, allegedly took the card belonging to another woman and used it at an automatic teller machine, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said during a court hearing Wednesday.

Detective Jerry Lambert reported that the victim contacted police Feb. 14 about the credit card and said Pitts had been able to obtain her PIN number to use the card “three or four times.”

Kizer said the victim obtained video surveillance tape from an automatic teller machine on East Harding Avenue which showed Pitts using the card.

Lambert reported that when Pitts was arrested, she waived her right to an attorney and admitted that she had used the card.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $10,000 bond for Pitts after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge her with fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of property.

Bridgforth appointed the Public Defender’s Office to represent Pitts and told her to come back to court April 18.