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  • Don't buy an anti poly book w/ a stolen credit card, LOL.

    This lady is quite the idiot; 1st off, don't steal, 2nd, don't use a
    city credit card if you are going to steal; 3rd, if you are going to
    take a poly on credit card theft then don't buy a book on passing the
    poly on the stolen credit card



    Clerk accused of misusing public funds
    Items charged on a city-issued credit card led to the arrest and
    firing of a convention center employee.


    Published August 16, 2005

    HAMPTON -- An account clerk for the Hampton Roads Convention Center
    is accused of using her city-issued credit card to buy thousands of
    dollars worth of goods and services for herself, including an online
    manual on how to pass a polygraph exam, city officials and police

    Kimberly Eaton, 40, of the 800 block of New Bern Avenue, was charged
    with embezzlement of public funds, a felony, a police spokeswoman
    said Monday. The city terminated her employment on Friday, a day
    after Eaton's arrest, a city official said.

    Joe Tsao, acting director of the convention center, asked for the
    investigation after a review of an American Express account raised
    suspicions. "There were a lot of personal items and services
    purchased," Tsao said.

    Detective Sgt. Al Banwell, a property crimes supervisor, listed some
    of the suspicious transactions in a search warrant affidavit.

    They included two charges for DirecTV service and a variety of
    purchases at such retail chains as Wal-Mart, Kmart, Home Depot and
    Lowe's. The American Express card paid for groceries, clothing and
    flowers - items that were not used by Hampton Roads Convention
    Center, Tsao said.

    On Aug. 1, city officials found a charge of $44.95 to an online
    polygraph service for a downloadable manual on how to pass a lie
    detector test - two days before Eaton took a polygraph test, Banwell
    noted in the affidavit.

    City investigators also retrieved an e-mail from Eaton's file in
    which she asked a polygraph expert for tips on taking a polygraph
    examination. The Web site, polygraph.com, offered a downloadable
    manual and online video, according to the search warrant.

    Eaton started her employment as a convention center account clerk in
    December. Tsao said Eaton was authorized to purchase items for the
    Hampton Roads Convention Center and also processed American Express
    account statements for herself and others in the office.

    Tsao said city officials are still sorting through records to
    determine the total loss from unauthorized charges but that a
    preliminary estimate is between $5,000 and $10,000.

    "There was a lack of control and oversight," he said. The city has
    canceled the account.

    Eaton is free on bond. A hearing is scheduled in district court on
    "Respect for religion must be reestablished. Public debt should be reduced. The arrogance of public officials must be curtailed. Assistance to foreign lands must be stopped or we shall bankrupt ourselves. The people should be forced to work and not depend on government for subsistence." - Cicero, 60 B.C.

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  • #2
    for the love of sweet sweet candy


    • #3
      Just goes to show you that you don't need an education to be a criminal.
      "In these modern times, many men are wounded for not having weapons or knowledge of their use."
      -Achille Marozzo, 1536

      Ne Obliviscaris - Do Not Forget


      • #4
        But the real question is.......did she pass the poly!?!


        • #5
          Ever see those Vonage Internet Phone service commercials??? Woo-hoo, woo-hoo-hoo!
          God made cops so firemen would have heroes.

          You do not greet Death; you punch him in the throat repeatedly as he drags you away.


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