Troy woman accused of stalking, stealing victim’s financial information

A Troy woman is facing a long list of charges for allegedly stalking a person over several months and stealing financial information.

Nacirema K. Harris, 28, targeted the victim and people connected to her, police said. This went on for several months.

Harris entered the person’s home multiple times, stole their identifying information and opened numerous credit cards in the victim’s name, State Police said.

Harris also allegedly manipulated multiple financial, personal and government accounts of the victim and submitted multiple unsubstantiated reports of child abuse identifying the victim as the abuser. She also spied on the victim’s movements and activity, police said.

State Police learned about Harris on Jan. 2 while conducting another investigation. Police searched her home on Jan. 19.

She was arrested on Friday and charged with two felony counts of burglary, identity theft, computer trespass, computer tapering and misdemeanors of criminal impersonation in the second degree, identity theft, criminal solicitation, criminal trespass and three counts of stalking out of Albany City Court.

In Troy, she is facing three counts of computer tampering, offering a false instrument for filing, criminal personation, two counts of identity theft, falsely reporting an incident and endangering the welfare of a child.

She was released under the supervision of the Albany County Probation Department. She is due back in Troy City Court on March 15.