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Georgia Eyecare Office Manager Accused of Stealing $75K

The crimes allegedly began in 2013.

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The former business manager of an eyecare practice in Georgia has been accused of theft by deception.

Karen Michelle Rogers worked at Augusta Eye MD, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Authorities believe she stole nearly $75,000 from the practice.

Rogers was arrested by Richmond County Sheriff’s Office investigators.

She was held at the Charles B. Webster Detention Center on a felony charge.

Authorities first received a report of the alleged thefts in October 2019. Investigators say the thefts began in May 2013, WRDW-TV reports.

Read more at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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