A Lower Salford woman who allegedly stole her Towamencin grandmother's debit card to rob her of more than $600 had the harshest charge against her dropped at a preliminary hearing Jan. 10, per The Reporter. Heather Dawn-Marie Hunter, 26, of the 200 block of Jan Drive, waived her hearing, and thus, prosecutors dropped a felony fraud charge against her, per the report. Hunter now faces misdemeanor theft and receiving stolen property charges. On Jan. 2, a resident of the 1200 block of Allentown Road discovered unauthorized cash withdrawals from various ATMs, police said. All in all, 19 transactions were posted on Dec. 30, totaling $641.42 with service fees, police said. Towamencin Township Police began an investigation and found that Hunter, the alleged victim's granddaughter, began living with her a week or two prior to the unlawful transactions, police said. Police said Hunter became a person of interest. As a result of the investigation, Hunter was arrested and charged, police said.