An Arnaudville woman accused of using other people’s personal information to apply for loans was charged Thursday with 68 counts of identity theft and a count of theft over $25,000, according to a bill of information from the District Attorney’s Office.

Megan Dugard, 26, will be arraigned on June 16 in 15th Judicial District Court, records show.

Dugard was arrested in March on 94 counts of identity theft that totaled around $67,000 in losses for the victims, the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office said at the time.

Dugard remained in the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center on Thursday afternoon in lieu of a $172,500 bail.