• Alpharetta woman accused of stealing $65K from job


    An Alpharetta woman is facing charges she stole nearly $65,000 from her employer.

    Investigators say Jacqueline Allen was a personal assistant for a woman and used the victim’s credit cards to buy herself merchandise, according to a police report.

    The report says she diverted billing statements so the victim wouldn’t see the  charges.

    Allen faces theft and ID fraud charges.



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