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Woman pleads innocent to theft

March 23, 2013

CORTLAND — A North Bloomfield woman remains free on $5,000 bond after pleading not guilty Friday to charges of theft and forgery in connection with $97,000 that is missing from a Fowler construction......

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Mar-29-13 8:15 AM

she wasnt thinking about her husband or her son when she did it!! so i say lock the selfish ***** up and let the child be raised by the parent who is hard working and has morals!! if my husband stole that money i would drop him like a bad habit!!!!!

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Mar-25-13 12:57 PM

Steal $97,000 and get a $5,000 bond, that could be a good trade off. Her bond should of been equal to her misdeed. I just can't believe how easy our judges are sometimes. 97 grand will take her the rest of her life to pay back and business is just suppose to be okay with that? I'd take her to civil court and take all her assets. To bad that means leaving her child homeless.

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Mar-25-13 12:20 PM

And to think she is doing this to her husband and 3 year old son.... pathetic... what comes arounf goes around

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Mar-24-13 1:23 PM

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Mar-24-13 8:03 AM

Many wonder how she could get a job like this after being caught stealing from Kohl's. Well if you really took the time to read the article you would know how. She simply changed her last name to Rice, which is probably was her maiden last name. If they would of done a good back round check on her, they would of known her history before hiring her. Back round checks costs only $50 at the Trumbull County Sheriff's office, and usually takes only 2 to 3 days.

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Mar-23-13 9:56 PM

Nothings going to happen to her!!! This happens all the time she is white and she is going to get a slap on the wrist!!!! To write about this is a waste of time.

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Mar-23-13 9:29 PM

Open your eyes daisytard....arent they the ones who had to pull up a whole contract because they tried skimp on the depth.......

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Mar-23-13 9:18 PM

gambling problem my ***. 28 years old female, and she didn't buy herself anything? right!

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Mar-23-13 6:50 PM

There is a lot going on there at Trumbull Paving... Two hard working men that started a business from scratch ...They worked hard for many many years building their business into a successful company. Their hard work has paid off. No one has the right to steal money that they earned thru hard work. Both owners are honest ,hard working, Always pay their bills. Provides health insurance pays into workmans comp...Pays a fair wage and would never steal or try to get over on any customers!!

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Mar-23-13 5:16 PM

Theres more going on at Trumbull Paving than what people know.....

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Mar-23-13 3:33 PM

NomoreCrap....Amen Brother

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Mar-23-13 2:22 PM

She's a thug in high heels, no better than a dope fiend stalking the hood with a gun. The difference is she's understood, will get a wrist slapping, sympathy, and be back in someone else's bank account before her probation period ends.

What's worse about this thug?, she had a job, benefits, credit, and every advantage of suburban American life. She wasn't hungry, likely had both parents in the home, and folks hired her with no thoughts of her background or criminal history. She has none of the disadvantages that plague the poor & minorities that sometime force them into the streets for their daily bread...

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Mar-23-13 1:18 PM

whatever happened to doing a background check before you get hired. I know this is probably a small company but you would think if someone is hired to handle money you would check them out first

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Mar-23-13 1:02 PM

Maybe she had the wares to land the job to begin with! Once a thief always a thief. Too bad for her employer but I'm sure they'll look past those wares in the future! Prosecute the SKANK to the fullest extend of the law and get her some help for her recognized addiction.

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Mar-23-13 10:52 AM

97k. Thats what happens when you have someone else count your money.

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Mar-23-13 9:10 AM

Sorry, I have to say it. She was on probation for steling from Kohls. She pleaded guilty in 2012 to stealing. Why in gos name would anyone hire her and put her in a situation where she had money at her fingertips.

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Mar-23-13 8:12 AM

Lock her up and dry her out.

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Mar-23-13 7:07 AM

A career criminal at such a young age.

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Mar-23-13 6:26 AM

Gambling addiction is a serious problem that will only get worse in Ohio with the new Racinos and Casinos coming on-line. Put her away for a good long time.

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Mar-23-13 6:25 AM

Lets build another casino.

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Mar-23-13 6:09 AM

C'mon...they had sooo much, she only "borrowed" a little...

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Mar-23-13 5:42 AM

I don't understand how anyone could do that. It just freaks me out in so many ways.

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Mar-23-13 4:28 AM

Why is it that every time you turn around somebody is trying to get over trying to cash out without legitimately working for what you want? They gotta know that sooner or later you're going to get caught. Ugh!

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Mar-23-13 3:23 AM

Yup, that's a lot of money.

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Mar-23-13 2:28 AM

Theft and forgery of $97,000!! That is a big gambling problem...

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