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Payroll officer convicted for swindling carwash

MINNEAPOLIS — The former employee admitted to stealing funds between 2007 and 2012.

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MINNEAPOLIS — A former payroll officer for Paradise Car Wash has been sentenced to prison for writing herself unauthorized checks totaling more than $330,000, according to CPApracticeadvisor.com.

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Connie M. Rogers was sentenced to four years and nine months in prison for theft by swindle, stated the article. She must also pay restitution of $335,773.40.

Rogers, 47, pleaded guilty in June. She told the carwash operators she stole to pay for health insurance and medical bills, noted the article.

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According to the criminal complaint, the carwash owner confronted Rogers after noticing payroll discrepancies in 2012. She later admitted to stealing from 2007 and 2012, reported the article.

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In 2005 Rogers was convicted of misdemeanor unemployment fraud, said the article.

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