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Crime Woman accused of embezzling from Camp Fire victim surrenders

08:10  06 november  2019
08:10  06 november  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Brenda Asbury is suspected of embezzling ,000 from a senior hit by the Camp Fire .

A woman is wanted by the Butte County Sheriff’s Office suspected of embezzling ,000 from an elderly Camp Fire victim . Brenda Rose Asbury is accused of embezzling a ,100 insurance payment from a 75-year-old Camp Fire survivor who lost her home in the blaze.

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a woman in a black shirt: IMAGE: Brenda Rose Asbury© Butte County, California, Sheriff's Office IMAGE: Brenda Rose Asbury

The woman, Brenda Rose Asbury, 29, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was scheduled to be arraigned Thursday afternoon in Butte County Superior Court after she drove three days from Tulsa to Butte County, where she turned herself in, the sheriff's office said Tuesday.

Investigators said they'd been looking for Asbury for more than a month since a warrant was issued for her arrest in September. They said they tracked her down in Tulsa with the help of Oklahoma authorities.

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Searching for a woman accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from a victim of the camp fire . Deputies are searching for a woman in connection with embezzling insurance money from a 75-year-old Camp Fire survivor, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said.An

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Sheriff's detectives said that they began investigating Asbury on July 30 on suspicion that she had embezzled $63,100 from the elderly Camp Fire survivor. The money was part of an insurance settlement the victim had obtained after losing a home in the fire, the sheriff's office said.

Public records indicate that Asbury previously lived in Magalia, in Butte County, and that she was licensed as a private security officer in California from 2012 to 2014. No further information, including an attorney who could be asked to comment, was immediately available.

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