Secretary indicted for abusing firm’s finances
Smith charged with ringing up thousands on business credit card
A Morris law firm secretary was arrested after being indicted on a charge that she made more than $10,000 in unauthorized purchases, ranging from Cubs tickets to a three-tiered cat tree, on her employer’s dime.
According to court records, Kimberly A. Smith, 45, of Morris, is accused of theft by deception for making between $10,000 and $100,000 in purchases between Jan. 1, 2008, and May 23, 2012, on checks or a credit card owned by her employer, Mark Rigazio, attorney for the Rigazio Law Office.
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