Candace Lloyd is charged with theft under $100,000
A 52-year-old Electra woman is in the Wichita County Jail on charges of embezzling more than $70,000 dollars from a medical supply business to pay for a car, clothes, jewelry, vacations, and other items.
A former building manager for a local condominium is sentenced for embezzling tens of thousands of dollars of homeowner association funds.
James McLendon is charged with theft or embezzlement of more than $20,000. He's also charged with two counts of credit card abuse.
A former employee of a Wichita Falls gas station is charged with embezzling thousands of dollars from the business.
A former school clerk in Stephens County accused of stealing school funds to pay for a Ford Mustang, vet bills for her pets, and tuition for her son, pleads guilty to 14 counts of embezzlement.
A former Executive Director of the Burkburnett Boys and Girls Club is arrested again.
A former church daycare worker is facing criminal charges after staff there say they realized the woman embezzled hundreds of dollars
Church treasurer accused of spending tens of thousands of dollars of embezzled cash on tanning and other personal uses.
A Wichita Falls man receives his punishment today after he pleaded guilty to embezzling a quarter of a million dollars from his employer.
John Cox will face trial for the charge of theft over $200-thousand.
A preliminary hearing is set for June 27 at 9 a.m. the Stephens County Courthouse for the former Bray-Doyle Public Schools Financial Secretary
Company officials say Kristi Robertson Bales used a company credit card to pay for more than $50-thousand worth of personal purchases.
Fifty-one year-old John Cox is charged with theft over $200-thousand.
Debra-Jones Blaine pleaded guilty to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the grocery store on 9th St.
An arrest affidavit states Diane M. Yamane stole nearly $46-thousand while working as a manager at Midtown Manor.
Officials say the case involved tens of thousands of dollars in missing money.
All three pleaded no contest to charges of theft over $200-thousand.