DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) - A South Carolina woman faces charges of cashing more than $20,000 worth of checks issued to a Darlington County economic development group.
The State Law Enforcement Division said Friday it arrested 26-year-old Dana Howell and charged her with breach of trust with fraudulent intent. Investigators say she cashed more than $20,000 worth of checks issued to Darlington County Progress Inc. for her personal use.
SLED said the money was taken over almost two years and as late as last month.
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