When it comes to taking inventory at work, employees are bound to make mistakes from time to time. While in most cases, such an error could only lead to disciplinary action, if a company feels as though a theft has occurred, an employee could face criminal charges. A pharmacist has recently been accused of theft and fraud after allegedly taking various types and amounts of drugs from her employer in Wisconsin.
Some businesses deem it necessary to allow certain employees to handle funds on a daily basis. Should a company believe an employee is abusing this privilege, it may choose to initiate an investigation. A woman has recently been accused of white collar crimes in relation to her alleged involvement in the embezzlement of over $100,000 from a property management company in Wisconsin.
Some patients who reside in care facilities are incapable of caring for themselves. Should their family members feel loved ones are being mistreated or taken advantage of, they may choose to file a complaint and initiate an investigation. A 23-year-old employee at a care facility in Wisconsin has recently been accused of white collar crimes after she allegedly used a patient's credit card for personal purchases.
Police in Wisconsin recently investigated a situation involving a now former employee who worked for a major horse fair production. The 50-year-old woman in question was the executive director of an annual event that attracted horse lovers and equestrian enthusiasts from across the nation. She was terminated without notice from her position after white collar crimes allegations surfaced regarding money she'd supposedly stolen from Midwest Horse Fair accounts.
Being the subject of an investigation can be an intimidating experience. Those accused of white collar crimes such as embezzlement may wish to protect themselves by challenging the charges, but they might be uncertain where to turn for guidance. A former teacher in Wisconsin has recently been accused of embezzlement after allegedly using funds from two separate business-related accounts for personal purchases.
A former employee at a golf course in Wisconsin has recently been accused of embezzlement after he allegedly sold fake memberships to golfers and pocketed the profits. White collar crimes of this nature carry serious consequences, and a conviction could have a substantial impact on the future of an accused individual. Those who face similar charges could benefit from preparing for what comes next by focusing on their defense with guidance from an attorney.
Being involved in a traffic stop can be a stressful and daunting experience, and the situation could only become more challenging should additional charges follow. White collar crimes such as identity theft carry severe consequences that could have a substantial impact on the life of an accused individual. A woman is facing similar charges after a recent traffic stop in Wisconsin in which authorities allegedly uncovered numerous stolen identification cards.
When a company believes that funds are being mishandled, it may choose to launch an investigation into the matter. Should this process lead to allegations of white collar crimes such as embezzlement, the accused individual could be facing serious consequences. A 53-year-old man in Wisconsin has recently been charged with money laundering and fraud after allegedly embezzling nearly $3 million from his previous place of employment.
When it appears that business funds fund have been handled inappropriately, an investigation into the matter may ensue. Should this lead to allegations of white collar crimes, such as embezzlement, the accused party may feel somewhat overwhelmed and intimidated by the process. A former head of a nonprofit organization in Wisconsin is facing similar charges after he was recently accused of embezzling over $15,000 over a period of several years.
When one company provides another with a product to sell, they generally expect to see a return within a reasonable amount of time. Failure to pay for products is a serious offense and can lead an individual to face allegations of theft. White collar crimes of this nature have major consequences, which become more severe the higher the amount allegedly stolen. A Wisconsin man is facing similar charges after allegedly failing to pay potato growers for over $700,000 worth of product.