Bookkeeper pleads guilty to defrauding Fort Campbell charity
WKRN web staff
Published: November 5, 2015
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A woman pleaded guilty to defrauding more than $54,000 from a Fort Campbell charity on Thursday.
Anita Marshall, 43, of Daphne, Alabama and formerly of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, pleaded guilty to a charge of bank fraud association with her theft and subsequent use of checks from the Fort Campbell Thrift Shop.
Marshall served as the thrift store’s assistant manager and bookkeeper. She admitted that she stole blank checks from the thrift shop, issued these checks to herself, forged the signature of the thrift shop manager and then deposited these checks into her own accounts.
The fraudulent activity occurred from August 2009 until November 2010 and involved 91 checks totaling more than $54,000.
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