Company’s worker spent $106K at casino, elsewhere

Company’s worker spent $106K at casino, elsewhere

A Cape Coral woman used a work-issued credit card more than 120 times at a casino and cashed work-related checks ultimately taking more than $106,000 from her employer, police say.

Stephenie Lynn Parramore, 49, is facing felony charges of scheme to defraud $50,000 or more, grand theft over $100,000 and uttering forged bills, checks, drafts, or notes.

Parramore was arrested May 19 by the Cape Coral Police Department’s Financial Crimes Unit and later released. A bond amount was not specified. Police issued a news release on Tuesday.

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Court documents said the owner of the small business affected reviewed his America Express card and found Parramore conducted 122 unauthorized transactions each in the amount of $500 totaling $61,000. He also found she had, without authorization, endorsed, cashed and/or deposited approximately 82 unauthorized checks totaling $45,524.31.

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