Forum staff reports, Published November 22 2013
Fargo woman accused of stealing $3,325 from her employer, Stop-N-GoFARGO – A Fargo woman is accused of bilking her employer, Stop-N-Go, out of $3,325 in three days after allegedly writing a series of money orders to herself and later cashing them.
Kimberly Diane Harris, who is 62 or 63, was charged Thursday in Cass County District Court with one count of Class C felony theft.
Court documents filed with the charges state a Stop-N-Go supervisor re-ported to police Aug. 29 that he suspected Harris of printing and cashing seven money orders for which she didn’t receive money from a customer.
Harris, who worked at the 1401 S. University Drive Stop-N-Go, allegedly told a Fargo police investigator that she took the money because her husband had recently quit his job, and she was having financial difficulties.