Ex-employee charged with forgery, fraudJune 3, 2014
From local sources
JASPER — A Jasper woman was booked into the Dubois County Security Center on Friday afternoon to answer to a local warrant charging her with forgery and fraud.
Court documents in the Dubois Circuit Court case allege Kimberly M. Daily, 55, of 3385 Bittersweet Drive, was an office employee at J&K Transportation Inc., 608 S. Clay St., between Dec. 20 and April 14 when she made fraudulent charges on a company credit card and checking account. The Jasper Police Department began investigating the allegations April 14.
The amount of the fraudulent charges involved was placed at $10,013.77 in court documents, but Daily was said to have repaid $366.05 of that total by not claiming her last paycheck.
Daily was booked into the security center at 5:20 p.m. Friday on the warrant charging her with a Class C felony count of forgery and a Class D felony count of fraud. She posted bond that night.
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