Sunday, March 1, 2015

Fort Thomas Woman Charged with Extortion

Sarah Rosenhagen was charged
A Fort Thomas woman has been charged with extortion, allegedly blackmailing an area victim for as much as $80,000 since last June.

A police affidavit filed on Wednesday in Hamilton County states that Sarah Rosenhagen, who was part of the 2006 Highlands High School class, represented herself via email messages as a representative of a criminal court, demanding the victim pay money to prevent being arrested and jailed.


According to police, this threat was a continuation of similar events that have taken place since June of 2014. The victim has also been subjected to the threat of exposing an extra-marital affair, the affidavit said.

The identify of the victim has not been released.

Fort Thomas Police have stepped up warnings in recent months of fraudulent activity and are hosting a free seminar tonight at First Presbyterian Church, 220 South Fort Thomas Avenue, from 6:30-7:30. Members of the Kentucky State Attorney General's office will be there as well as Fort Thomas police.




1 comment:

  1. Socio Path- this isn't her first time of exploited others. Scammed good families out of money; and mentally; emotionally tried to destroy them. Throw the book at her she needs to be institutionalized no rehabilitation with her.

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