Woman denies stealing $18,000 from employer
A Paget woman this morning denied stealing more than $18,000 from an employer over a matter of months.
Keva Giles, 43, denied a charge of stealing from the Pearman Watlington group of companies between an unknown date this March and an unknown date this June. In total, $18,691.22 of funds were allegedly taken during the period.
Cindy Clarke, Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, told the court that Ms Giles was employed by the company during the period as an accounting clerk, and that the allegation involve the alteration of documents.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe adjourned the matter until February 6, 2017 for trial, releasing Ms Giles on $15,000 bail with a like surety.
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