Skip to comments.Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge employee arrested on charges of theft..
Posted on 07/30/2014 3:35:35 PM PDT by Gamecock
Full Title: Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge employee arrested on charges of theft, unauthorized use of credit card
Alice Faucheux, an office manager with the Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge, was arrested Tuesday after she allegedly used the church's credit card to buy prepaid debit cards over a span of three years..
...Faucheux had used an Office Depot corporate credit card from the Catholic Diocese to purchase several Visa vanilla prepaid debit cards worth $41,000.
(Excerpt) Read more at nola.com ...
****purchase several Visa vanilla prepaid debit cards worth $41,000***
The max you can load on a Vanilla debit card is $500.
According to my ciphering that is a minimum of 82 debit cards.
Alice Faucheux goin’ to dat Big House, now, cher.
Looks like they caught her on a 3-year audit cycle ... and they need to audit more often or find out where the system broke down in this case. Perhaps she had an accomplice in the department that pays the bills.
Spoken like a true tax chick.
We studied this stuff in accountant school!
What is the theological question here?
Is that a requirement to post in the RF?
When posting it is required to select the "General Topic."
When you go to that category there is an option for "Current Events." Current events is described as Religion or religion-related news of the day.
No mention of theology.
So the answer is clearly no.
Is there anything particularly religious about embezzlement?
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