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Woman accused of embezzling money from North Carolina church

A North Carolina sheriff's office has accused a woman of forging checks and taking more than $150,000 from the church where she worked.

Prosecutor: Veteran embezzled nearly $1M in benefits

Federal prosecutors say a North Carolina Vietnam veteran embezzled nearly $1 million in health care benefits from the government that helped support a lifestyle that included dancing, playing basketball and buying a beach condo.

Brunswick County horse farm operator accused of embezzling more than $160K

A Brunswick County woman is charged for allegedly embezzling more than $160,000 while operating a horse farm.

Man charged with embezzlement, financial card fraud

A Leland man who worked as the administrator for two limited liability companies in Brunswick County is accused of using company credit cards and embezzling from both businesses.

Police investigate embezzlement accusations against former Goldsboro headmaster

Goldsboro Police said they have launched an investigation on embezzlement accusations against the former headmaster of Wayne Country Day School.

Assistant fire chief accused of embezzling from Brunswick Fire Department

The assistant fire chief who also serves as treasurer of the Brunswick Fire Departments faces dozens of charges.

Owner of Fermental charged with embezzlement

A New Hanover County businessman was arrested Monday on felony tax charges.

Avenatti charged with embezzlement, fraud, cheating on taxes

Attorney Michael Avenatti has been charged in a 36-count federal indictment alleging he stole millions of dollars from clients, did not pay his taxes, committed bank fraud and lied in bankruptcy proceedings.

Woman accused of embezzling $93K from company for wedding

A Virginia woman is accused of embezzling more than $93,000, which she allegedly funneled toward her wedding and buttocks lift, among other expenses.

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