MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A woman has been arrested for the second time for allegedly participating in an identity theft scheme, stealing more than $350,000 from victims, authorities said.

Toni Gibson, 39, was arrested by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department on May 10. For six months, she has allegedly committed fraud across 10 states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Washington.

According to reports, Gibson used stolen identities to get goods and merchandise from stores nationwide. She would sign the victims’ names on the checks.

Gibson ran a similar scheme in 2020 and was found guilty in 2021. In September 2022, she was given a five-year suspended sentence, meaning she did no prison time.

According to her probation order, she had four special conditions: maintain a full-time job, be home by 8, attend a theft cessation class and not make any contact with any Marshalls, Home Goods, or TJ Maxx stores in the U.S.

Gibson was caught on camera inside a TJ Maxx in Colorado less than a month later. Documents say she used the fraudulent checks to buy more than $1,800 worth of merchandise.

Because she violated her suspended sentence, a warrant was issued for her arrest.

WREG looked into her criminal record and learned she was first arrested for identity theft when she was 18. In nearly all the cases, the charges were dropped.

Gibson is set to appear in court Wednesday morning and is being held without bond. This investigation remains ongoing, and the U.S. Secret Service is also investigating her.