Orange police have arrested a man accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a family member.
Noah Tarifi, 36, of East Slope Drive in Orange, was charged with criminal impersonation, identity theft, forgery, larceny, credit card theft and illegal use of a credit card.
Police said in late 2015 and early 2016 Tarifi allegedly stole over checks from a family member and cashed them himself. Over several incidents Tarifi allegedly stole over $9,000, police said.
Tarifi is also accused of stealing a credit card from the same family member and charging it for over $13,000 worth of merchandise, then selling the items for cash.
Tarifi was arrested on Aug. 12 and issued a $35,000 bond. He is next expected in Derby court on Sept. 12.