Tennessee dental practice employee embezzled $4K, investigators say


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A former employee at Keene (Tenn.) Dentistry and Implants said she will plead guilty to stealing thousands of dollars for the practice, according to the Union Leader.

Eileen Fletcher, 28, has been accused of embezzling money from the practice for three months in 2018. Investigators say she kept payments that were made to the practice.

In an indictment, officials claim Ms. Fletcher stole around $1,500 in August 2018. In October of 2018, she allegedly took less than $1,000; and she has been accused of stealing $1,500 from the practice in November 2018.

She has been charged with a class B felony theft, a class A misdemeanor and a class A felony theft. In total she faces up to 15 years in prison.

Her plea hearing is scheduled for January 2020.

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