One Lubbock woman has admitted to embezziling money from the doctor's office where she once worked, and another faces sentencing after admitting to cashing fake money orders.
Federal court records show that Shelley Keeton admitted to taking more than $70,000. She cashed insurance checks and deposited the money in her personal bank account. Keeton now faces up to ten years in prison.
Court records show that Sharon Kay Dalton cashed about 27 conterfeit Postal Service money orders, worth more than $27,000. Dalton admitted to cashing all of the checks on March 10th, 2008. She now faces up to 20 years in prison.
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