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4 workers accused of stealing from Kanawha school

August 27, 2014
Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia State Police have charged four workers with stealing food and supplies from a Kanawha County high school.

Media outlets report that troopers arrested 59-year-old Debra Kay Stump of Charleston, 53-year-old Christine Buckley of Glasgow, 59-year-old Thomas Alfred Osborne of Cedar Grove and Linda Oda on Tuesday. Each is charged with fraudulent schemes, embezzlement and conspiracy.

All four work at Riverside High School. State police say Stump is the cafeteria manager, Buckley is head cook, Oda is chief custodian and Osborne is a custodian.

State police say the workers stole thousands of dollars' worth of food and supplies, including turkeys, hams and cleaning items. The thefts occurred over several years.

 
 

 

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