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Linn woman admits to theft from federal agency

cjonline.com (6 months and 15 days ago)

Jan 11, 2014

A woman accused of charging more than $7,600 in personal purchases on a credit card issued to a Washington County housing authority pleaded guilty Friday to federal theft charges. Barry Grissom, the U.S. Attorney for Kansas, said Debra L. Savage, 55, of Linn, admitted to personal use of a credit card issued to the Linn Housing Authority, where she was a former executive director. She pleaded guility to one count of theft from a federal... full story

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