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CrimePolice: Woman embezzled thousands from health agency

09:00  11 september  2019
09:00  11 september  2019 Source:   ctpost.com

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HAMDEN — Police arrested a Waterbury woman on larceny charges, claiming she embezzled thousands of dollars from the health care agency According to Hamden police , officers responded to an embezzlement complaint at Best Choice Home Health Care, 60 Connolly Parkway, in May 2018.

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HAMDEN — Police arrested a Waterbury woman on larceny charges, claiming she embezzled thousands of dollars from the health care agency at which she worked .

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Ashleigh Herring

According to Hamden police, officers responded to an embezzlement complaint at Best Choice Home Health Care, 60 Connolly Parkway, in May 2018.

Police said an investigation revealed that former employee Ashleigh Herring, 33, of Waterbury, stole approximately $68,000 from the business. Herring, who was the payroll supervisor, allegedly paid herself thousands of dollars via direct deposit, for hours that she did not work.

Herring also fraudulently deposited thousands of dollars into her boyfriend’s bank account police said.

Detective Scott Levenduski conducted the investigation, which led to the application of an arrest warrant for Herring.

Herring was arrested Friday and charged with first-degree larceny. She was held in lieu of a court-ordered $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Meriden Sept. 23.

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