Palmer woman indicted for allegedly defrauding homeowners’ association (AK)

A Palmer grand jury handed down a seven-count indictment Wednesday against a 63-year old Palmer woman who allegedly defrauded the Mountain View Homeowners’ Association out of almost $29,000.  According to the Alaska Bureau of Investigation’s Financial Crimes Unit and charging documents, Kimberly Kirby had written herself almost $29,000 in unauthorized checks over a 7 1/2 year period. Police state between April 1, 2007, and Dec. 3, 2015, Kirby had authorized checks tallying almost $37,000. Based on authorized stipends and reimbursement for supplies, $28,750.71 was not authorized, police say.    Read the article…………….

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