Petrolia woman behind bars for allegedly violating her parole

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A Petrolia woman with about two dozen convictions since 2007 is once again back in jail awaiting a hearing for allegedly violating her parole.

Skylar Aday, 32, was last sentenced in 2016 on 13 charges including fraud and forgery.

She’s been convicted through the years of stealing bank account information, making fake checks, and using others identity.

She was convicted of stealing a man’s checks and jewelry after the man hired another woman to clean his house, and Aday came back with her and broke in through a window.

That is one of six burglaries, theft and criminal trespass convictions, she has almost 10 drug convictions, six fraud or possession of ID information convictions, among others. Many of her fraud crimes targeted elderly victims.

Aday has also been in prison twice and on parole twice and on the Crime Stoppers most wanted list.   

Police said checks stolen by Aday, or fake checks she made, were sometimes used to purchase gift cards.

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