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WAYNE COUNTY -- A Pennsylvania woman says a former police officer stole her credit card information after they met on a dating website.The woman wanted to conceal her identity but didn't hold back in telling her story because she says she doesn't want something like this to happen to anyone else.When we met up in person, he was a [jerk] and kept asking me if I ‘liked to party.’” So a good rule of thumb is: if your date is drunk the first time you talk to him on the phone, end it there.A person who constantly makes plans and then cancels them, or who can talk on the phone only at certain times of the day, either has an incredibly demanding job or is not quite as single as she claims.If you see a profile that specifies a required height/weight, salary, or supermodel looks, or includes domineering phrases like “I need …” or “I won’t tolerate …,” consider whether you could ever live up to this person’s impossible standards.Dating is a negotiation, and we don’t always get everything we want.
He said he was an Avoca police officer interested in getting to know her.
Police say Kudajeski used it to pay bills for his family.
It turns out he's married and the woman suspects the only thing remotely truthful Kudajeski told her was about his job.
He previously served as an Avoca police sergeant in 2014 but the chief of the department says Kudajeski resigned almost three years ago.
"There's a menagerie of things that I missed." The woman would work with police to arrest Kudajeski.
If the person doesn’t even want to talk on the phone or meet for coffee, it’s okay to wonder what his motivations are.