Tampa office manager convicted of grand larceny in stealing from endodontic office

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DAWN MARIE PACIELLA – Defendant

ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS PA – Plaintiff

Case Number: 08-CA-012182

Court: Hillsborough County Court

Location: Tampa, FL

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Case Summary
Case No. 08-CA-012182
ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS VS PACIELLA;D §
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Case Type: Conversion
Date Filed: 05/30/2008
Location: Division I
Judicial Officer: Sabella, Christopher C
Uniform Case Number: 292008CA012182A001HC
Party Information
Attorneys
Defendant PACIELLA, DAWN MARIE
Plaintiff ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS PA TABATHA A LIBERT
Retained
813-223-5351(W)
Events & Orders of the Court
OTHER EVENTS AND HEARINGS
05/30/2008 COMPLAINT

USER ID=HIPSON
Party: ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS PA
05/30/2008 CIVIL COVER SHEET

USER ID=HIPSON
Party: ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS PA
05/30/2008 SUMMONS ISSUED

USER ID=HIPSON
Party: PACIELLA, DAWN MARIE
05/30/2008 CONVERTED EVENT

RCPT – RECEIPT. 30-MAY-2008,$255.00, User Id = HIPSON, Receipt No = 1326176. USER ID=HIPSON
Party: ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS PA
09/18/2008 MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME

USER ID=MCKENZIEA
Party: ACTIVE CARE ENDODONTICS PA
09/23/2008 ORDER GRANTING MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME

9-22-08 FAG. USER ID=ARROYOL
11/16/2009 NOTICE OF INTENT TO DISMISS FOR LACK OF PROSECUTION

USER ID=STMARIAM
02/19/2010 CONVERTED EVENT

CD612 – JUDGMENT OF DISM (AFTER HRG).. 02/19/2010 H.J.B.,JR.. USER ID=WHALEY
02/19/2010 CONVERTED EVENT

CD612 – JUDGMENT OF DISM (AFTER HRG).. 02/19/2010 H.J.B.,JR.. USER ID=WHALEY
Party: PACIELLA, DAWN MARIE

Florida woman convicted of $500k embezzlement from dentist

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Elizabeth De Leon was convicted on two separate occasions of major-league embezzlement, including allegedly over half a million dollars from Dr. Luis Fabelo.  Here are her arrest records:

Name: DELEON, ELIZABETH
Race: WHITE
Sex: FEMALE
Hair Color: BROWN
Eye Color: BROWN
Height: 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)
Weight: 180 lb (82 kg)
Birth Date: 9/20/1963
DC Number: M94016
Supervision Begin Date: 3/29/2016
Current Location: MIAMI
Current Status: ACTIVE
Supervision Type: PROBATION FELONY
Scheduled Termination Date: 3/28/2036
Address: 3149 W 79TH PL HIALEAH, FL 33018
Aliases:
  • ELIZABETH DE LEON
  • ELIZABETH DE-LEON
  • ELIZABETH DELEON
Charges:
Offense Date Offense Sentence Date County Case No. Community Supervision Length
07/01/2011 ORG.FRAUD-$50K OR MORE 07/15/2015 MIAMI-DADE 1306114 5Y 0M 0D
07/01/2011 ORG.FRAUD-$50K OR MORE 07/15/2015 MIAMI-DADE 1306114 15Y 0M 0D
07/01/2011 GRAND THEFT O/$100K 07/15/2015 MIAMI-DADE 1306114 5Y 0M 0D 15Y 0M 0D

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Mugshots.com ID: 57959439
Sex: F
Race: W
Eye Color: BRO
Hair Color: BLK
Weight: 175 lb (79 kg)
Height: 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)
Name: DE LEON, ELIZABETH
DOB: 9/20/1963
Court Case No: F-13-010864
State Case No: 13-2013-CF-010864-0001-XX
Warrant Type: N/A
Assessment Amount: $0.00
Balance Due: $0.00
Hearing Type: R
Court Room: REGJB – JUSTICE BUILDING, ROOM No.: 2-8
Court Address: 1351 N.W. 12 ST
Previous Case: N/A
Next Case: N/A
Judge: FAJARDO, ARIANA
Defense Attorney: N/A
Bfile Section: F020
File Location: CALENDAR SECTION
Box Number: N/A
Probation Length: N/A
Probation Type: N/A
Defendant in Jail: Y
Defendant Release To: N/A
Bond Status: N/A
Bond Type: N/A
Date Filed: 5/10/2013
Date Closed: N/A
Stay Due Date: N/A
Hearing Date: 5/13/2013
Probation Start Date: N/A
Probation End Date: N/A
Bond Issue Date: N/A
Bond Amount: N/A
Names / Aliases: N/A
Charges:
Seq No. Charge Charge Type Disposition
1 GRAND THEFT 1ST DEG FELONY
2 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
3 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
4 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
5 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
6 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
7 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
8 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
9 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
10 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
11 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
12 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
13 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
14 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
15 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
16 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
17 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
18 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
19 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
20 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
21 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
22 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
23 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
24 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
25 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
26 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
27 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
28 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
29 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
30 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
31 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
32 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
33 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
34 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
35 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
36 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
37 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
38 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
39 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
40 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
41 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
42 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
43 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
44 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
45 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
46 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
47 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
48 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
49 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
50 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
51 UTTER FORGED INSTRU FELONY
52 ORGANIZED FRAUD/50K+ FELONY
Dockets:
Seq. No. Date Book/Page Docket Assessed Paid Balance Last Assessed Last Payment
5 05/10/2013 ARRAIGNMENT HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 05/30/2013 AT 09:30
4 05/10/2013 REPORT RE: BOND REVIEW SET FOR 05/13/2013 AT 09:45
3 05/10/2013 FIRST APPEARANCE/BOND HEARING – A.M.
2 05/10/2013 ATTORNEY TYPE APPOINTED AT BOND HEARING PRIVATE ATTORNEY
1 05/09/2013 DEFN CITY & STREET CHANGED BY FINALIST PURSUANT TO BOOKING

An equal opportunity thief — Florida woman accused of embezzling from both medical clinic and dental office

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Vickie Stetson, 37, of Jupiter was charged with embezzling $99,245 from a Boca Raton plastic surgeon’s office where she worked as a patient coordinator for two years. She told police that she also stole $3,153 from her next employer, a dental clinic in Boca Raton, according to court records.

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Source — http://www.securityinfowatch.com/press_release/10547613/embezzling-on-the-risewith-women-at-front-of-curve

 

Probably an all-time record for a medical clinic — Florida CFO steals $6 million from cancer center — sentenced to three years

Editor’s note — as you may know, we normally confine ourselves to investigating dental office embezzlement.  However, we do provide reporting on significant embezzlements in medical offices because the methodologies employed have considerable commonality.


A woman who committed perhaps the single biggest embezzlement ever in Palm Beach County $6.06 million was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to two first-degree felonies Friday.

Linda Corra, 49, of Boca Raton will begin serving the sentence on June 29, followed by 10 years’ probation.

She will remain free on bond until then. If she’s a no-show, her prison sentence will increase to 10 years.

Assistant State Attorney Preston Mighdoll said the amount stolen is the most he has seen in 14 years of prosecuting economic crimes in the county. “It certainly was shocking when the case first came to us,” he said. “It’s astonishing.”

Corra worked as a bookkeeper for about 12 years at the Center for Hematology in Boca Raton.

She had the group of five doctors sign checks that she deposited into her personal bank accounts. She then withdrew money from those accounts and deposited it with other financial institutions. She also bought homes and a boat.

“According to Corra, the doctors had no idea of what they were signing and just trusted her to do the right thing,” Boca Raton police Detective Robert Flechaus wrote in an affidavit in support of her arrest.

Newly married at the time, Corra needed little more than a year to steal such a staggering sum.

Her scheme was exposed after she quit her job in April 2006 and her successor audited the practice’s business accounts.

When questioned by police, Corra admitted what she had done and pledged her cooperation.

She initially was charged with 20 felony counts of grand theft and money laundering. She pleaded guilty Friday to two counts of grand theft of more than $100,000.

Corra’s case is unusual not only for the amount stolen but for the money recovered. Investigators recouped nearly $4.5 million, and Corra will have to make restitution for most of the rest when she gets out of prison. In that respect, her former employer is lucky.

A survey by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners last year found that about 42 percent of embezzlement victims got back nothing, and 23 percent recouped less than one-quarter of what was stolen.

Corra does not fit the profile of most embezzlers, and that was why so much of the stolen money was recovered.

She had no known addictions or compulsions such as gambling or drug addiction. She didn’t go on wild shopping sprees.

“She appears to have gone through some things in her life that … impacted her sense of security and sense of self-esteem,” said Michael Dutko, Corra’s attorney. “This appears to have been a means to compensate for that. She’s a very nice, kind, generous woman, but became somewhat vulnerable due to some life circumstances.”

Corra saved or invested much of the money she stole. But she also sold her Highland Beach condo and used some of the stolen money for a down payment on her $1.5 million Boca Raton home.

She also bought two Boynton Beach townhouses and a 38-foot boat, and spent $520 a month to lease a Lexus.

She was in the process of buying another townhouse in Hypoluxo and land in North Carolina when she got caught, police said.

Corra has quitclaimed her three-bedroom, three-bath waterfront home to the physicians group.

It’s on the market for nearly $1.7 million.

Once sold, it should provide most of the restitution she agreed to pay.

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Florida dental office worker charged with grand theft

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Several vouchers on the Key West Express, airline flights to New Jersey, a motel room for several nights, and a package sent and copies made at a UPS store, resulted in the arrest of a woman who worked for a Bonita Springs dentist.

Randy Susan Verdino, 46, who lists addresses in the 18000 block of Narcissus Road, Fort Myers, and 20000 block of Oahu Circle, Estero, was charged with grand theft, use of another’s identity without their permission and two counts of illegal use of a credit card. She was released Thursday evening from Lee County Jail after posting $6,000 in bonds.

According to a Lee County Sheriff’s Office report:

Verdino worked at Bonita Dental, located in the same strip mall as the Sheriff’s Office substation at 8951 Bonita Beach Road.

Frederick Eck, the dentist, called deputies Dec. 16 about the charges. Barbara Young, Eck’s manager at Bonita Dental, said she found several unauthorized charges on that day.

She gave detectives copies of the account statements which show:

On Oct. 26 a $1,485 charge from Key West Express on Fort Myers Beach for 15 charter boat vouchers after Eck’s credit card information was sent by facsimile to the company. A man at the charter company said he took the vouchers to the dental office but could not remember who received them.

On Nov. 22, a BillMeLater online credit account was opened under the dentist’s name and Social Security number. A total of $860.80 was charged for four round-trip Jet Blue tickets from Fort Myers to Newark, N.J., in the names of Randy Verdino, Joseph Verdino and two of Randy Verdino’s children. Their names were not released. The flight left Fort Myers on Nov. 24 and returned on Dec. 1.

On Nov. 30, a FifthThird debit card was charged $225.40 by Hampton Inn in Fairfield, N.J. The same debit card was charged $169.50 on Dec. 3, also by Hampton Inn.

On Oct. 7, documentation shows Randy Verdino went to the UPS Store, also at 8951 Bonita Beach Road, and made copies, charging $23.17 to Eck’s store account. On. Oct. 12, she sent a package and $26.42 was charged. On Oct. 13, she again made copies and charged $9.27 to Eck’s account.

The store owner identified Verdino as the person who made the charges. He told deputies the copies were for a fishing boat company and not dental related.


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Florida dentist has $399k removed from retirement accounts

A semi-retired dentist who last month started receiving incessant telephone calls, all 30-second recordings from a sex hotline, told police this week that nearly $400,000 had been siphoned from his retirement account since the calls began.

Robert Thousand Jr., 61, a periodontist in World Golf Village, said he believes the telephone scheme and the thefts are connected.

“It’s a very sophisticated operation, actually,” Thousand said Tuesday.

On Monday, he filed a police report saying he checked his TD Ameritrade account and found that money — a total of $399,000 — started disappearing days after the phone calls started.

The withdrawals were of $18,000 on Nov. 23, $82,000 on Nov. 25, $99,000 on Nov. 30, and $100,000 on both Dec. 2 and 4.

Thousand, who recently sold his St. Augustine practice, said it seems the perpetrators infiltrated his phone lines to prevent the broker from contacting him about the transactions.

His son, Robert Thousand III, is a fellow dental specialist in the St. Augustine area who had also been on the receiving end of the harassing phone calls.

But it didn’t appear his bank accounts had been touched, the elder Thousand said.

Still, they both have put freezes on their financial accounts as a precaution.

“They just hit me,” he said. “Apparently they were targeting me, but Bobby and I have the same name (so) they were probably thinking his practice was my practice.”

Sgt. Chuck Mulligan, a spokesman for the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, said detectives were still investigating the phone calls Monday when they learned about the withdrawals.

Investigators couldn’t definitively say whether the two crimes were connected.

“There’s a possibility,” Mulligan said. “But at this juncture, we simply don’t know.”

Kristin Petrick, a spokeswoman for TD Ameritrade, said she could not comment on Thousand’s situation.

“Because of our privacy policy we don’t comment on individual client circumstances,” Petrick said.

Coincidentally, President Barack Obama on Tuesday named Howard Schmidt as his cyber-security coordinator.

In May, Obama said cyber-security was one of the “most serious economic and national-security challenges we face,” The Wall Street Journal reported.

Thousand had heard about the appointment, saying, “I even heard today that the president appointed (Schmidt) as the cyber crime czar now, which we needed for a long time.”

He just hopes it’s not too late for him.

He said his accountant told him that the money likely would not be recoverable and, to add insult to injury, he might have to pay income taxes and an early-withdrawal penalty on what he lost.

Not to mention, he isn’t sure where his money is going.

The money was taken out in New York City, but Thousand wondered aloud if it would end up funding terrorism.

“I don’t know where this 400,000 is going,” he said. “I could have bomb with my name on it: Thank you, Bob.”


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Con man poses as accountant, steals $375k from FL dental office

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PALM HARBOR – If the charges are true, it’s not the first time Zed Turner posed as a legitimate accountant to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from an unsuspecting client.

In 1997, he was charged with stealing more than $250,000 from an 88-year-old blind woman from Palm Harbor. He later pleaded guilty and, in exchange for his plea, received four years of probation and paid $107,000 in restitution.

Now Pinellas County sheriff’s detectives say that Turner has returned to his old ways. This time, they say, Turner, 52, of Oldsmar stole more than $375,000 from a dental office where he had been hired to handle the company’s payroll.

Deputies arrested Turner on Monday night on a grand theft charge. He was being held in the Pinellas County Jail on Tuesday in lieu of $375,000 bail. His attorney, Robert Eckard, declined to answer questions, saying he hadn’t seen the Sheriff’s Office investigation.

According to authorities, Turner was hired Jan. 1, 2003, to handle the payroll taxes for a dental business owned by Harry A. Insko at 4050 Tampa Road in Oldsmar. Turner presented himself as a certified public accountant, but he holds no such license in Florida.

Turner was supposed to prepare the employees’ checks, deducting income and Social Security taxes, detectives said. Turner then had Insko cut him a check in the amount of the taxes, saying that he would forward the money to the Internal Revenue Service and Social Security Administration.

Turner, though, kept the money for himself and successfully avoided detection for three years, authorities said. He used the money for his mortgage payments, airline tickets and a new GMC Yukon sport utility vehicle.

“We’re in shock,” said Jan Boromei, an office receptionist and sister-in-law of Insko. “Turner was someone we trusted. To meet him, you’d never know it in a million years. … When we all found out, we were nauseous. That’s how sick we were.”

Insko was out of town and unavailable for comment.

The truth about Turner emerged in June 2006 when the Insko family got a letter from the IRS, authorities said. They later learned from the IRS that no tax papers had been filed for 2003 through 2006.

The Inskos turned to the Sheriff’s Office, and Detective David Kavanagh in the economic crimes unit took up the investigation. Kavanagh said Tuesday he feared there might other victims who have not come forward or even realized they have been taken.

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Name: TURNER, ZED M JR
Race: WHITE
Gender: MALE
Birth date: 4/11/1954
Hair Color: GRAY OR PARTIALLY GRAY
Eye Color: GREEN
Height: 6′ 2″ (1.88 m)
Weight: 200 lb (91 kg)
DC Number: R09142
Release Date: 12/28/2023
Current Facility: GULF C.I.
Initial Receipt Date: 4/30/2009
Current Custody: MEDIUM
Current Release Date: 12/28/2023
Names / Aliases:
  • TED TURNER
  • ZED TURNER
  • ZED M TURNER JR
  • ZED MONROE TURNER
  • ZED MONROE TURNER JR
  • ZED
  • ZEKE
Charges:
Offense Date Offense Sentence Date County Case No. Prison Sentence Length
01/01/2003 GRAND THEFT O/$100,000 1ST. DEG 04/24/2009 PINELLAS 0705892 16Y 0M 0D
01/03/2002 GRAND THEFT O/$100,000 1ST. DEG 04/24/2009 PINELLAS 0716934 16Y 0M 0D
08/16/2005 GRAND THEFT O/$100K 04/24/2009 PINELLAS 0821174 16Y 0M 0D
Current Community Supervision History:
Offense Date Offense Sentence Date County Case No. Community Supervision Length
01/01/2003 GRAND THEFT O/$100,000 1ST. DEG 04/24/2009 PINELLAS 0705892 14Y 0M 0D
01/03/2002 GRAND THEFT O/$100,000 1ST. DEG 04/24/2009 PINELLAS 0716934 14Y 0M 0D
08/16/2005 GRAND THEFT O/$100K 04/24/2009 PINELLAS 0821174 14Y 0M 0D
Detainers:
Detainer Date Agency Type Date Canceled
04/27/2009 06C INTAKE 0705892 NTFY/P&P
Incarceration History:
Date In-Custody Date Out-of-Custody
04/30/2009 Currently Incarcerated

Savannah Waters arrested on charges that she stole money from a Florida dental office

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JUNO BEACH, Fla – Savannah Waters has been arrested by the Juno Beach Police Department on larceny and fraud charges.

An arrest report states that while Waters was employed as the office manager at a Juno Beach dental office she took more than $46,000 in patient payments over a two and a half year period.

Juno Beach detectives say that Dr Kuhl and his wife reported that Waters had taken money from the office.

Waters, according to the arrest report, was responsible for collecting patient payments.

The arrest report says that when Waters was questioned about the thefts by the Juno Beach Police she told them that she needed some help.

She also told investigators that she needed to take care of her family and she needed some time off which she wasn’t given.

Waters was arrested by the Juno Beach Police and has been released from the Palm Beach County Jail on $10,000 bond.


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Troubled Florida oral surgeon pleaded guilty to embezzling from practice where he worked; sentenced to 3.5 years in prison

A St. Cloud oral surgeon was sentenced to five years in state prison this week in a Leon County courtroom and agreed to give up his license to practice dentistry.

John Rowe, 49, pleaded guilty in September to one count of organized fraud and 51 counts of receiving unlawful compensation. He admitted charging patients for anesthesia and billing Medicaid for the same treatment, although he never administered the drugs, said Assistant Statewide Prosecutor Jack McLaughlin.

Rowe also pleaded guilty to one count of grand theft and two counts of homeowners insurance fraud committed in Osceola County.

Judge N. Sanders Sauls, chief of the Second Judicial Circuit, Tuesday sentenced him to 3 1/2 years in prison to be served at the same time as the fraud sentence. The case was transferred to Leon County, where Medicaid is administered, for the plea and sentencing.

”I’m satisfied with the sentences the statewide prosecutor got,” said prosecutor Jon Morgan, who heads the Osceola County office of the Orange-Osceola State Attorney. ”I think they will serve to protect the citizens of this state from him taking advantage of them in the future.”

Dozens of former patients, insurance companies and Florida Board of Dentistry attorneys have sued or complained about Rowe in the past decade.

He got out of federal prison in September after serving more than two years for money laundering and submitting false Medicare claims. Prosecutors said he collected payments from patients for routine dental work, then billed Medicare for surgery he never performed. The incidents happened from 1992 to 1994.

As part of his sentence, Rowe’s state prison term will be followed by 10 years of probation. He also must repay $93,000 to Allstate Insurance Co. for the homeowners fraud and pay for the cost of the investigation by the Office of Statewide Prosecution, the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Unit and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

Earlier this year, Rowe was ordered to repay more than $5,000 to Medicare. He stopped practicing dentistry in 1995, when he was sent to federal prison.

When Rowe was granted a license in Florida, the Tennessee Board of Dentistry already had revoked his license for six months in 1983 on charges of gross malpractice and incompetence.

Six years later, the Florida board fined him and sent him to 100 hours of retraining after he pulled teeth without permission.


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Jacksonville woman accused of stealing 104 times from dentist

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A Jacksonville woman plans to hire her own attorney after being accused of embezzling money from the dentist’s office where she worked as a clerk.

Former employee Sandra Lynn Hill, 39, of Cobblestone Trail in Jacksonville, was charged Wednesday by Jacksonville Police Department with felony embezzlement.

Hill has been accused of embezzling money from A Beautiful Smile, family and cosmetic dentistry, since December 2012, according to warrants.

Hill’s last day at the office was April 1 and the Jacksonville Police Department received a call from Hill’s former boss about the alleged crime on April 8, according to warrants.

Hill allegedly stole approximately $15,606.18 in cash and $505.25 in payroll hours over the three-year period. Hill is also accused of buying items for herself on Amazon.com using a company credit card, according to warrants.

Hill stole cash from the deposits meant for the company’s bank on 104 known occasions, according to warrants.

At her first appearance on Thursday, Hill said she would hire her own attorney.

Hill’s bond was set at $5,000 and her next court date is scheduled for May 19.


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