Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
Brownington woman charged with embezzlement. Kimberly Brooks is another typical white-collar female who allegedly has crossed the crime line and she most definitely fit the profile. I have included her photograph, again not to belittle her, but to show you folks that she’s just an average looking woman. Please read the comment made by someone who knew her below the news release.
Reported by WCAX – ORLEANS, Vt. –
A Brownington woman has been indicted for allegedly stealing 160-thousand dollars from her employer.
Forty-seven year-old Kimberly Brooks was a bookkeeper at Desmarais Equipment in Orleans. Federal prosecutors say she stole cash receipts and altered the deposit slips to hide the theft. She pleaded not guilty to wire fraud, interstate transportation of stolen money and forging checks.
Comment: Morgan – I have known Kim for over 10 years,and could NEVER see her doing any of these things that she’s being accused of! I don’t and will not believe any of these allegations. Kim is a GREAT person and would give her shirt off her back to anyone who’s in need,and anyone who knows her knows that she is a wonderful and very caring person and could never do these things !!!!!
Diva DeVine comment: Let me share some important information here; when you commit these crimes and refuse to admit your guilt, and then have the government take it to trial you get the full force of the law applied to your sentence. Just something to ponder.
This is the typical reaction from people who know someone who has crossed the line . . . As I indicated this is a secret that no one knows and the reason for the fall from grace.
What are your thoughts?
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