Florida motel bookkeeper accused of taking $18,710 deposit
Aug. 22, 2017
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A woman who was training as a bookkeeper for a Florida beachfront motel is accused of taking off with the goods — $18,710 and her personnel file.
Daytona Beach police officers caught up with 32-year-old Laura Chadwick, arresting her Sunday on a grand theft charge.
Eszter Tuboly, a manager at the Sea Dip Beach Resort, said Chadwick had worked there for three to four weeks when she asked to make a deposit run.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports the manager told police she didn't feel comfortable letting Chadwick make the deposit on July 19 because she was a new employee. But her boss said she should.
Chadwick never returned to work, saying her mother had a stroke.
She told police she didn't take the money.