Hiring Alert — Illinois

Do you have questions about embezzlement?  Give Prosperident a call at 888-398-2327 or send an email to requests@dentalembezzlement.com

This woman, who now goes by the name Courtney Lynn Smith, of Yorkville IL, has an extensive criminal record including both forgery and perjury.

She previously used the name Courtney DeWitt.

She is reported to have worked at several dental practices in the Chicagoland area, and there are some reports of missing money.

Here is a mugshot of Courtney. Please be sure to follow proper screening procedures before hiring an employee. Please see https://www.prosperident.com/how-not-to-hire-the-wrong-people-in-your-practice/ for some tips on how to check the background of an applicant properly.

Case OverviewCase TitleDEWITT COURTNEY LCharge (First)FORGERY/ISSUE/DELIVER DOCUMENT

Case #2018CF000415NameDEWITT COURTNEY LCase TypeCriminal FelonyJudgeHON JODY GLEASONCourtRoomROOM 114AAddress807 W JOHNYORKVILLE, IL 60560Show MapStatusPre-trial

Amount OwedParticipant TypeDefendant$.00Next/Last Court Date08/27/2019 at 1:00 PM

How to Read a Resume Critically

It continues to amaze us that the people who we refer to as “serial embezzlers” continue to find jobs in dental practices. One skill that dentists, and others involved in the hiring process, seem to lack is the ability to read resumes critically.

Here is the 2019 resume of one serial embezzler. She has used different names at various times including Unique Wells and Unique Edmond. She has a lengthy criminal record, and her own page in our Hall of Shame — https://www.prosperident.com/hiring-alert-nevada/ .

Unique-Edmond-Wells-resume-Aug-2019

So let’s take a forensic look at her resume and the attached reference letter. A few things pop out:

  1. Work experience on the resume is limited to two corporately-owned dental practices. Many practice owners do not bother checking references, and thieves know that there is a bit more work involved in obtaining a reference from a large organization like a university or DSO than a solo practice. Embezzlers know that listing large organizations is enough to deter prospective employers from reference checking.
  2. Her statement that she is willing to relocate for a job anywhere in the US is a bit overeager for the dental office manager or financial coordinator jobs that she is applying for.
  3. The “some college” she has listed for education is concerningly vague. Most employers would expect to see which college, years attended, program studied etc. on a resume. It looks like Unique is trying hard to give as little past information as possible.
  4. On the subject of vagueness, Unique lists no home address for herself.
  5. Of course, she is not specific about which Henderson, NV Pacific Dental office she works in. There are actually four offices. She would not want you to call that office only to find out that she does not work there.
  6. We tell practice owners to place no value whatsoever in written job references, because they are easy to forge. There are several clues to that fact that this reference letter is not real.
  7. The reference letter is not on letterhead. Even if it was, that would provide no validation; letterhead is easy to forge. However the fact that this letter is not on letterhead, and is signed using a “script” font from a word processor, creates strong questions about its credibility.
  8. Google searching suggest that the consultant, Kara Stevenson, and her company, do not exist.
  9. The phone number listed for Kara Stevenson was answered by Unique when we called.
  10. When reading the reference letter, one should be wondering in what context a consultant would be in a position to observe Unique’s work when her experience is limited to two DSOs. Most DSOs do not employ in-office consultants.
  11. The lavish praise heaped on Unique seem inconsistent with the insurance coordinator position that she claims to have held for the past nine years. According to the consultant, Unique pretty much walks on water. If she really had the attributes “like an in-house consultant”, “110% loyalty” and an “ownership mentality”, and was working for a DSO , and was willing to relocate, Pacific Dental Services (with over 700 offices, and growing by 80 per year) would have certainly promoted her by now, probably more than once.

Hiring is a challenging process. It is difficult to find the right person, particularly in a booming economy with a labor shortage. In this all-consuming process, it is easy to lose the skepticism that needs to be there. To make a clumsy pun, Unique is not unique. Many resumes have false, misleading or incomplete information. Many applicants have attributes that they do not want you to know about. We can never forget to question the completeness, internal consistency and reasonableness of a resume.

Look out for this person!

Do you have questions about embezzlement?  Give Prosperident a call at 888-398-2327 or send an email to requests@dentalembezzlement.com

Alexandra Counts-Thompson’s lengthy rap sheet has over 30 convictions, including several for embezzlement. Most convictions are from North Carolina and Virginia.

She is known to work in dental practices.

She uses several variants of her name including:

  • Alexandra Counts Thompson
  • Alexandra Nikole Counts
  • Alexandra N Counts
  • Alexandra Nicole Counts
  • Alexandra Nikol Thompson

We would urge extreme caution in dealing with this person.

Why Caution Is Needed When Checking References

Reference Check Essentials: Helping You Master Your Hiring Process

We recently received the following email from a dentist:
“My embezzler passed my references check. I asked for 6 references, and she passed with flying colors. And then proceeded to rob me blind. I thought that maybe y’all needed to make a post about it, or SOMETHING, to the world of dentistry, because seriously, this is why we can’t trust references. When people fabricate deception like this, how can we trust anything as employers, to be able to find someone worthy of hiring?”

The dentist was referring to a website that, for a fee, will supply false references to help someone pass reference checks. Here is what one such site claims:

“Paladin Deception Services is here to assist you in obtaining the fictitious reference, the little white lie, or the alibi that you need. Our agency can provide you with either male or female testimonials over the phone in the local area code that you require. We’re confidential, professional, innovative, and affordable. Most importantly, we keep it legal. Get the verification that you need!”

People with tainted pasts are aware that dental offices are great places to seek jobs because background checking done by most offices is superficial and easily defeated.

Here is what one (illiterate) convicted felon said about working in dental offices:
“Dental game is great. No back round checks unless u work with kids. Great money easy hrs and its the same thing over and over.”

We’d like to mention two sobering statistics about the people who apply for jobs with you: one in four US adults has a criminal record, and some studies suggest that the prevalence of resume falsification or enhancement exceeds 50%ii.

To help you avoid a hiring mistake similar to that of the dentist who emailed me, here are some essential steps to follow when checking references:

1. Check photo identification (and some other institutionally issued card or ID) for every applicant you interview. One of the easiest ways to hide an unsavory past is to use someone else’s name.

2. You must speak with all former employers for the past five years. There is no value whatsoever to “character” references; the only people you want to speak with are former employers. What someone’s 8th-grade science teacher thinks about them isn’t of much value.

3. Have a conversation with every single work reference listed for the past five years. Written reference letters, even if addressed personally to you, are worthless. Many people leaving a workplace “borrow” a supply of letterhead and envelopes so they can forge reference letters as needed. One study found that 17% of the employers surveyed had detected forged reference letters. You need to pick up the phone and call. No exceptions.

4. On the subject of calling, never call any phone number given to you by an applicant. You may end up speaking with a relative or friend pretending to be a former employer or a “deception” service like the one described earlier. Find phone numbers independently, and call those numbers to ensure you are speaking to the correct former employer.

5. Ensure that the office you are calling is a real business. If it is a dental office, the dentist will be registered with their State Board. Another place you can check is www.ratemds.com, which has patient reviews for virtually every dental practice. If the work experience was with a non-dental business, do they have a website? Another good place to check for legitimacy is Equifax, which maintains listings on almost every legitimate company. (https://sb.econsumer.equifax.com/bizdirect/companySearch.ehtml?advancedSearch=true).

6. When you call the office of a former employer, make sure you speak to the right person. If you are calling a dental office, speak to the practice owner first. He or she may hand you off to their office manager but start with the dentist. For any non-dental small business, identify and speak to the owner. Larger companies typically have HR departments that provide job reference information. Often, calling an HR department means that the information you obtain is limited, and you will probably not have the benefit of speaking with anybody who supervised your applicant, but make the call nonetheless.

7. You should ask the following questions to every former employer you speak with:
a. What were the start date and end date of employment? Please ask the former employer for these dates; do not provide them and ask for confirmation. Applicants trying to hide something will often manipulate employment dates.
b. Confirm job title for the position(s) held by the applicant. Job applicants often embellish their resumes so that, even though their former position was “receptionist,” on their resume it becomes “office manager.”
c. Ask each former employer who the applicant worked for previously and subsequently. Often former employers do not know this information, but sometimes they do. Comparing what you learn with the resume provided may uncover a discrepancy.
d. Ask who ended the employment relationship. This question may not be one that gets answered, but you may learn something valuable if it is.
e. You should always ask whether the organization or individual you are calling would re-hire the applicant. If you are speaking with an HR department, you may get better results if you ask the question in the negative, i.e., “Is there any reason why this person is not eligible to be rehired by you?”.

8. You must get a reference from an applicant’s current or most recent employer. Often an applicant will ask you not to contact their current employer because “he/she does not know that I am leaving”. This statement may be true, but alternatively, this may be a strategy to prevent you from calling a “current” employer only to find out that your applicant was fired from their employ two weeks ago. An applicant who asks you not to contact their current employer must be told that you do not hire anyone without speaking with their most recent employer. You may offer to defer this conversation, but you must make it clear that a discussion with their current employer must take place before you finalize an offer of employment.

While most applicants for the vacancy you need to fill are honest and will make excellent employees, there are those who need to be filtered out.

We see “serial embezzlers” all too frequently, and many of them would not have secured employment with the practices they stole from if those offices had known about and implemented the hiring strategies we have outlined here. Historically low unemployment rates and the perception that there is a shortage of qualified applicants for positions in dental offices put a great deal of pressure on practice owners to rush the hiring process. I would like to urge you to resist the temptation to expedite your hiring process. The cost of hiring a rotten apple far exceeds the value of conducting a proper screening.

A repeat offender receives 21 month jail sentence

We previously wrote about Jill D’Angelo, who embezzled more than $475,000, HERE.

However, it appears that not everybody looks at our Hall of Shame, because after spending 41 months in prison, Jill has been at it again.  Here is a recent news article showing what Jill has been up to.  She has now joined an exclusive fraternity known as the Half Million Dollar Club.


Former dental clinic manager gets fed prison in second embezzlement case

A federal judge on Thursday told Jill Bowser that her drug addiction does not excuse her “outrageous conduct” of embezzlement and forging prescriptions and sent her away for 21 months.

U.S. District Judge Cathy Bissoon also tacked on another 10 months for violating probation in a previous embezzlement case.

Bowser is a former dental office manager from West Mifflin.

Twice she has victimized employers who trusted her.

She went to prison the first time, got out, got a new job under a different name and then did the same thing.

Her previous victim, Marjorie Leof, a Pleasant Hills dentist, took the stand and said Ms. Bowser has no respect for the law and doesn’t care about the pain she causes.

“Her narcissism won’t allow it,” she said.

Bowser, 51, pleaded guilty in August to embezzlement and narcotics charges. She stole $87,000 from Steel City Dental Associates in Turtle Creek. She also forged prescriptions for narcotic painkillers so she could sell them.

Bowser and her public defender, Sarah Levin, had hoped for probation and a treatment program to help her deal with a decade-long addiction to narcotics.

Prosecutors wanted jail time.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Shaun Sweeney said that when Bowser was convicted of the same crimes in 2012, she told a judge that she would “never again commit such a stupid, irresponsible and dishonest act.”

Then she did exactly that.

After she was hired at SCDA using a different name, Mr. Sweeney said, she forged and mailed an employment verification form on SCDA letterhead to her probation officer. The letter, purportedly from the owner of the practice, said Bowser was working there, deceiving the probation officer into believing that SCDA knew about her past and hired her anyway.

Bowser used her maiden name and not her married name, Jill D’Angelo, which she had used in the previous case.

Mr. Sweeney said prison is the only way to stop her.

“She undoubtedly would have continued to forge and embezzle for as long as she could get away with it,” he said. “Fortunately, however, the USPO and the FBI were able to put a stop to the defendant’s criminal activity before the defendant completely destroyed SCDA and caused more losses to the insurers.”

The judge agreed and U.S. marshals led Bowser away.

She initially came to the attention of the FBI last year when federal probation officers said they thought she was forging prescriptions again.

She had previously been the officer manager at Dr. Leof’s practice. She forged prescriptions under various dentists’ names to obtain more than 100 scripts for painkillers in her name or the names of relatives, according to the FBI.

Agents also found that she was diverting checks from insurance companies that were supposed to go to the practice’s bank account.

The FBI said she diverted 129 checks and stole $475,000 in all.

She was released from prison in 2016 and was still on probation when SCDA hired her, not realizing who she was.

Content retrieved from: https://www.post-gazette.com/news/crime-courts/2018/12/06/Dental-clinic-manager-Jill-Bowser-federal-prison-second-embezzlement-case/stories/201812060141

Maine woman receives 2-year sentence for embezzling more than $500,000 from dentist and physician

Update September 11, 2018:

A 46-year-old Scarborough woman was sentenced Friday in federal court to two years in prison and three years of supervised release for embezzling from two health care providers and for using the Social Security number of another person.

Judge John A. Woodcock Jr. from the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine also ordered Carrie Caporino (who also may go by the name Carrie Cole) to pay $549,469 in restitution, according to a news release from the office of U.S. Attorney Halsey B. Frank of the District of Maine.

Caporino pleaded guilty to the charges on April 30.

According to court records, between 2014 and November 2016, Caporino worked as the office manager for a southern Maine dental practice and embezzled more than $293,000 by using office credit cards for personal expenses, using the office checkbook to pay rent and other personal expenses and by making internet transfers from an office bank account to pay a personal credit card and her PayPal account.

Between December 2016 and 2017, Caporino was the office manager for a Falmouth physician and embezzled more than $255,000 from his practice by stealing checks mailed to the office by patients and insurance companies and then depositing them to her own bank accounts using her smartphone.

Court documents also stated that in January 2014, Caporino fraudulently used the Social Security number of a southern Maine resident on a health insurance application.

In announcing her sentence, Woodcock told Caporino that he found it particularly reprehensible that she victimized a dentist and a doctor, stating that her actions resulted in a “catastrophic victimization of two fine gentlemen who dedicated their lives to helping others.”

Both employers are now closed, according the U.S. Attorney’s news release.

Content retrieved from: http://www.mainebiz.biz/article/20180910/NEWS01/180919995


Original post:

A Scarborough woman pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling more than $500,000 from a dentist and a doctor.

Carrie Caporino, 46, entered the guilty pleas in U.S. District Court in Portland to two counts of embezzlement and one count of Social Security number fraud.

According to authorities, from 2014 to 2016, Caporino embezzled about $295,000 from a dental practice by putting personal charges on office credit cards, using money from the practice to pay a personal credit card bill and a PayPal account, and by writing office checks to cover personal bills, including her rent.

The dental practice, which is not named in court documents, has offices in Portland, Biddeford and Yarmouth.

In 2016 and 2017, federal officials said, Caporino embezzled about $253,000 from a Falmouth doctor by depositing checks intended for the doctor into her personal checking account. She also wrote unauthorized office checks to herself, authorities said.

The Falmouth physician is not identified by name in court documents and is only referred to as the “victim” by the FBI agent who investigated the case.

According to the charges, Caporino also used a Social Security number that was not assigned to her to apply for health insurance when she worked for the dentist.

She faces up to 10 years in prison on the embezzlement counts and up to five years on the Social Security count, along with fines of up to $250,000 on each count.

Content retrieved from: https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/04/30/scarborough-office-worker-pleads-to-embezzlement/

Texas and Nevada Serial Embezzler

Dentists should be on the lookout for a serial embezzler named Nancy PRUETT (has also gone by Nancy Richey and Nancy Castillo).  Her date of birth is reported to be 5/12/1967.

Nancy has been convicted of one embezzlement, and we have received reports from several other doctors claiming that she stole from them as well.  Here are a couple of pictures of our fired Nancy, and a copy of her Texas criminal conviction is below.  Reportedly she uses online dental job boards to find jobs in dental offices, and as of May 2018 she is reported to be looking for work.

PRUETT,NANCY (SID: 08960788)

SID 08960788
Date Last Updated 11/16/2017
SEX FEMALE
RACE WHITE
ETHNICITY HISPANIC
HEIGHT 5’5″
WEIGHT 150 LBS
EYES BROWN
HAIR BLACK
PLACE OF BIRTH TEXAS
NAME(S) • CASTILLO,NANCY
• PRUETT,NANCY (Primary)
• RICHEY,NANCY
BIRTH DATE(S) • 5/12/1967 (Primary)
ARREST SUMMARY
DATE OF ARREST SEQUENCE CODE TRACKING NUMBER AGENCY DESCRIPTION
12/2/2011
A 9167225888 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON
Searches based on names, date of birth and other alphanumeric identifiers are not always accurate. The only way to positively link someone to a criminal record is through fingerprint identification. It is your responsibility to make sure the records you access through this site pertain to the person about whom you are seeking information. Extreme care should be exercised in using any information obtained from this Web site. Neither the DPS nor the State of Texas shall be responsible for any errors or omissions produced by secondary dissemination of this data.
ARREST DATE 12/2/2011 (1 CHARGES)
ARREST DETAIL
ARREST DATE 12/2/2011
SEQUENCE CODE A
TRACKING NUMBER 9167225888
ARRESTING AGENCY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON (TX101015A)
ARREST DATE 12/2/2011 (CHARGE A001)
OFFENSE RECORD
AGENCY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON (TX101015A)
INTERNAL AGENCY CASE NUMBER 791111202154
ARREST OFFENSE THEFT PROP >=$1500 < $20K (23990004)
ARREST OFFENSE LITERAL TX101015A1112526WC
ARREST OFFENSE CITATION 31.03(E)(4)(A)
LEVEL AND DEGREE OF OFFENSE FELONY – STATE JAIL FELONY (FS)
DATE OF OFFENSE 11/4/2010
ARREST DISPOSITION DATE 12/2/2011
ARREST DISPOSITION HELD (205)
PROSECUTOR ORI REFERRED TO DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON (TX101015A)

PROSECUTION DETAIL
AGENCY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS OFFICE HOUSTON (TX101015A)
PROSECUTOR ACTION FIELD PROSECUTOR ACCEPTS THE CHARGE (A)
PROSECUTOR OFFENSE CITATION 31.03(E)(4)(A)
PROSECUTOR OFFENSE THEFT PROP >=$1500 < $20K (23990004)
LEVEL AND DEGREE PROSECUTED FELONY – STATE JAIL FELONY (FS)

COURT STATUS A
AGENCY DESCRIPTION 176TH DISTRICT COURT HOUSTON (TX101185J)
COURT OFFENSE THEFT PROP >=$20K < $100K (23990010)
COURT OFFENSE CITATION 31.03(E)(5)
LEVEL AND DEGREE OFFENSE FELONY – 3RD DEGREE (F3)
COURT DISPOSITION CONVICTED (310)
COURT DISPOSITION DATE 7/17/2012
DATE OF SENTENCE/STATUS 7/17/2012
CAUSE NUMBER CAU:132900201010
FINAL PLEADING GUILTY (G)
COURT CONFINEMENT 10Y
COURT COSTS 235
AGENCY RECEIVING CUSTODY 176TH DISTRICT COURT HOUSTON (TX236065C)
MULTIPLE SENTENCES CODE CONCURRENT (CC)

CUSTODIES
Custody
DATE OF OFFENSE 11/4/2010
CUSTODIAL AGENCY/ORI PARDON AND PAROLE BOARD AUSTIN (TX227015G)
PERSONAL ID NUMBER 01798689
SENTENCE EXPIRATION DATE 1/15/2022
COUNTY OF COMMITMENT HARRIS (101)
STATUS STARTING DATE 12/17/2013
STATUS SUPERVISION PAROLED (417)
STATUS SUPERVISION LITERAL TX227015G 01798689
RECEIVING AGENCY 101
PAROLED UNTIL DATE 1/15/2022
Custody
DATE OF OFFENSE 8/7/2012
CUSTODIAL AGENCY/ORI DEPT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE HUNTSVILLE (TX236065C)
PERSONAL ID NUMBER 01798689
SENTENCE EXPIRATION DATE 1/15/2022
COUNTY OF COMMITMENT HARRIS (101)
STATUS STARTING DATE 8/7/2012
STATUS SUPERVISION RECEIVED (421)
STATUS SUPERVISION LITERAL TX236065C 01798689

Hiring alert — Nevada and Arizona

Update August 2019:

We have several reports of Unique seeking work in the Phoenix AZ area.  She is reported to be using the surname Edmond or Edmonds.  Some other aliases that we have encountered are Unique McKinness and Unique Tooks-Wells

You can see her resume and a phony reference letter here — https://www.prosperident.com/how-do-serial-embezzlers-get-hired/


Update May, 2019:

It appears that our friend Unique is still looking for work in dental practices in the Las Vegas area.  She may now be using the name Unique Edmond.


Feb 27, 2018

Sources tell us that Unique Marie Wells is currently looking for work in the Las Vegas / Carson City area.  She is currently being investigated for missing funds at two other dental offices.  Here is a portion of her previous criminal record:


UNIQUE MARIE WELLS | Carson City , Nevada
Identification and Demographics
Name Offender ID Gender Ethnic Age Height Weight Build Complexion Hair Eyes Institution Custody Level Aliases Prior Felonies
UNIQUE MARIE WELLS 1076441 Female BLACK 36 5’3″ 140lb SMALL DARK BROWN BROWN INACTIVE-DSCHREL MARIE MCKINNIS, UNIQUE MARIE TOORSWELLS, UNIQUE M WELLS, UNIQUE M WELLSTOOKS, UNIQUE TOOKS, UNIQUE MARIE WELLSTOOKS, UNIQUE MARIE TOORS NO

Parole Hearing Details
Offender Book ID Parole Hearing Date Parole Hearing Location
146794 2012-02-16 PAROLE BOARD ROOM 301
146794 2012-04-01 FLORENCE MCCLURE WOMENS CORRECTIONAL CR
146794 2012-07-01 FLORENCE MCCLURE WOMENS CORRECTIONAL CR


Just a reminder that it is important to do proper background checking before you hire team members.  This background checking should include a criminal records check and discussion with all former employers for the past five years.

Please contact us if you are in doubt or want a recommendation for a company that performs dental background checks.

Virginia Woman Charged for Embezzling Thousands from Employers

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A woman is facing an embezzlement charge for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from two employers.

The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office investigated 39-year-old Jennifer Tomlin after her employer, an unidentified dentist’s office near Waynesboro, reported she had opened a business credit card without the employer’s permission.

On investigating, deputies say they found evidence she had done the same thing at a previous employer.

She is charged with using company credit cards to make personal purchases and pay bills.

She is accused of taking about $20,000 combined from both employers.

Investigators think the embezzlement occurred for several years.

Do you have questions about embezzlement?  Give Prosperident a call at 888-398-2327 or send an email to requests@dentalembezzlement.com

Content retrieved from: http://www.whsv.com/home/headlines/Woman_Charged_for_Embezzling_Thousands_from_Employers_117433838.html

Florida office manager admits cheating insurers — has previous record

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PORT ST. LUCIE — A former dental office manager did a different type of filling: diverting insurance payments to her private bank accounts, according to an arrest affidavit.

An estimated $20,000 illegally ended up in the accounts of Marissa Minor, 31, of Stuart, the affidavit states. She is charged with fraud, possession of forged documents and larceny and is in the St. Lucie County Jail in lieu of $55,000 bail.

She was arrested Tuesday following an investigation that began last year when someone took over her job at Gentle Breeze Dental on Port St. Lucie Boulevard. In December, the new office manager told police she discovered discrepancies in patient insurance payments received while Minor was employed there, from March to November.

After police got involved, they found that checks were deposited in Minor’s accounts at PNC Bank and at JP Morgan Chase Bank. Signatures were forged. Investigators got bank records for the prior 10 months and found more. A total of 30 checks had been taken, the affidavit states.

Bank surveillance videos showed the checks being deposited by a person matching Minor’s appearance. That person drove away in a 2013 Nissan Altima belonging to Minor, the affidavit states.

Do you have questions about embezzlement?  Give Prosperident a call at 888-398-2327 or send an email to requests@dentalembezzlement.com

Content retrieved from: http://archive.tcpalm.com/news/crime/st-lucie-county/former-dental-office-manager-accused-of-depositing-insurance-checks-into-own-accounts-in-st-lucie-2e-372323081.html

DOB: 5/22/1984
Age: 31
Inmate ID: 239895
Arresting Agency: St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office
Booking Date: 3/15/2016 at 14:10
Visitation: Monday & Tuesday 8:30 AM – 7:15 PM (Schedule Visitation)
Expected Release: N/A
Total Bond: $55,000.00
Housing: D2w-d4
Charges:
Charge Description Status Bond Amount
Second Deg Grand Theft Pending $25,000.00
Poss Of Forged Notes Or Bills Pending $5,000.00
Organized Fraud 20,000 Or More Less Than 50,000 Pending $25,000.00

Marissa has other arrests from 2013 and 2003.
Race: White
DOB: 5/22/1984
Full Address: 4163 N HAVERHILL RD APT. 1218, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417
Gender: Female
Current Facility: RELEASED TO SOR
OBTS: 5002246390
Booking Date: 3/24/2013 at 03:28
Arresting Agency: 40-DELRAY BEACH
Release Date: 3/24/2013 at 12:25
Holds For Other Agencies: No
Jacket Number: 0393578
Booking Number: 2013012560
Charges:
Charges Number Description Original Bond Current Bond
812.014-4088 LARC – GRAND THEFT 300 LESS THAN 5K DOLS $3,000.00 $3,000.00
414.39-7241 FRAUD – ENGAGE IN PUBLIC AID FRAUD 200 DOLS OR MORE $3,000.00 $3,000.00
Name: MINOR, MARISSA
DOB: 5/22/1984
Court Case No: F-03-003765
State Case No: 13-2003-CF-003765-0001-XX
Warrant Type: N/A
Assessment Amount: $40.00
Balance Due: $40.00
Hearing Type: N/A
Court Room: REGJB – JUSTICE BUILDING, ROOM No.: 3-1
Court Address: 1351 N.W. 12 ST
Previous Case: N/A
Next Case: N/A
Judge: POOLER, TERESA MARY
Defense Attorney: PUBLIC DEFENDER APPOINTMENT, ASSIGN
Bfile Section: F013
File Location: RECORD CENTER
Box Number: 25-930
Probation Length: N/A
Probation Type: N/A
Defendant in Jail: N
Defendant Release To: PTI/ROR/RIC
Bond Status: N/A
Bond Type: N/A
Date Filed: 2/08/2003
Date Closed: 2/28/2003
Stay Due Date: N/A
Hearing Date: N/A
Probation Start Date: N/A
Probation End Date: N/A
Bond Issue Date: N/A
Bond Amount: N/A
Names / Aliases:
Last Name First Name Middle Name Race Sex Date of Birth
MINOR MARISSA WHITE FEMALE 05/22/1984
MINOR MARISSA WHITE FEMALE 05/22/1984
Charges:
Seq No. Charge Charge Type Disposition
1 GRAND THEFT 3RD DEG FELONY NO ACTION
Dockets:
Seq. No. Date Book/Page Docket Assessed Paid Balance Last Assessed Last Payment
14 03/31/2003 NOTICE OF FAILURE TO PAY SENT
13 02/28/2003 CLOSING JUDGE SCHWARTZ, LAWRENCE A
1 02/18/2003 ARRAIGNMENT HEARING SCHEDULED FOR 02/28/2003 AT 08:30
11 02/16/2003 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF APPOINTMENT OF PUBLIC DEFENDER
10 02/14/2003 INTAKE UNIT ASSIGNED: FSU – CASE SCREENING
9 02/14/2003 INTAKE PROS. ASSIGNED: BETTENDORF-PL, KRISTI-CB
7 02/08/2003 FIRST APPEARANCE/BOND HEARING – A.M.
6 02/08/2003 ATTORNEY TYPE APPOINTED AT BOND HEARING PUBLIC DEFENDER
5 02/08/2003 REPORT RE: BOND REVIEW SET FOR 02/10/2003 AT 09:00
4 02/08/2003 PUBLIC DEFENDER APPLICATION FEE/AFFIDAVIT TO BE PAID IN FULL AMOUNT 40.00
3 02/08/2003
INSOLV APPL 40.00 0.00 40.00 02/08/2003 N/A
TOTAL: 40.00 0.00 40.00
2 02/07/2003 FIRST APPEARANCE/BOND HEARING – P.M.