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Texas Dealership Employee Accused of Stealing over $12,000

February 7, 2018 0 Comments

According to a Statesman report, Mary Biehl, 28, of Round Rock, Texas, was accused of stealing $12,600 from a Toyota dealership, according to an affidavit.

Biehl worked as a full-time title clerk at Toyota of Cedar Park between July 18 and October 19. While there, she forged “customer referral checks” for $150 each, made out to herself.

The dealership discovered the missing money after an internal audit, the affidavit stated.

Biehl’s bank records showed 84 deposits of $150 each into her account between July 18 and October 19.

A human resources director at the Cedar Park dealership asked Biehl why she’d done it. According to the affidavit, “Biehl responded ‘it was financial’ and that ‘she couldn’t get a loan.’”

Biehl was charged with theft, a state jail felony that could put her in jail for up to two years. She was released from Williamson County jail on Friday after posting $5,000 bail.

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