Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
“We live in a culture that would absolutely fall apart if the truth were told.” R. D. Laing
This is my second post this week on stealing from the church.
In Gallatin, TN., a young woman named Crystal Dycus, 30, was arrested and became today’s Crime Diva. Ms. Dycus is accused of stealing more than $160,000 from Douglass Chapel United Methodist Church where she served as the church’s treasurer.
The report allege Ms Dycus took $30,000 in cash and over $130,000 in certificates of deposits (CD), over a two-year period.
The effects: the funds were needed to keep the church functioning, though the church is devastated it will not close.
In such cases, and what is deemed most upsetting for most people is to have someone you know personally and trusted to live by a code of personal integrity but disappointed and let down by their crossing the line.
Today think on this: ” Are you living in honesty in all walks of your life?”
The mission of this site is to prevent professional, educated, and career-minded females from committing white-collar crimes; to educate, and confabulate with others who have an interest in this epic situation and who has a desire to make a difference.
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