A Sedona woman once arrested for fraudulent schemes and theft of elderly clients earlier this year, has been arrested again for the same crime. Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials say 39-year-old Krista Cline was arrested in connection with at least two cases of taking money from two special needs patients between January of 2016 and this past May. She transferred more than 100-thousand dollars above and beyond her fees, services and costs while acting as a licensed caregiver for the two patients. As she was out on jail on bond, detectives received numerous calls alleging fraud against additional victims. In one case, she was hired to serve as a caretaker for a Cottonwood man in 2014. After his death in the same month, she paid herself more than 38-thousand dollars for services she handled on his living will. She also transferred additional money from his account to hers. Cline allegedly emptied the man’s trust account and wouldn’t cooperate with his family. Cline was arrested at her court appearance Monday and booked on additional charges, including fraud and theft.