A Reserve woman was booked and has a bond of nearly $97 million for more than 3,800 counts of financial crimes against the elderly.

Staci Scioneaux, 40, of Reserve was arrested May 14, 2024 after the SJSO Financial Crimes Unit discovered that she was working as a care provider for an elderly couple when she allegedly gained access to their bank account and made purchases of more than $60,000. Scioneaux allegedly used the victims’ debit card to purchase vapes, food, and groceries between December 2022 through December 2023.

Based on investigation, detectives obtained a warrant for Scioneaux’s arrest. She was charged with 553 counts of exploitation of the infirmed (felony), 553 counts of computer fraud (felony), 553 counts of bank fraud (felony), 553 counts of illegal transmission of monetary funds, 553 counts of access device fraud $5K-$25K (felony), 553 counts of identity theft (felony); and 553 counts of theft less than $1000 (misd).

Scioneaux is being held in custody in lieu of a $96,775,000 bond.