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New Orleans, Louisiana - U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans announced on November 2, 2023, that Deborah C. Kloor, 59, a bookkeeper from Mandeville, has been indicted for access device fraud. The indictment relates to Kloor's alleged embezzlement activities at a Folsom-based company where she worked. In addition to her role as a bookkeeper, Kloor served as a personal assistant to the business owner, from whom she is also accused of stealing funds.
- The indictment claims that Kloor used the company's credit cards, along with the owner’s bank and Amazon accounts, for her personal benefit without authorization.
- It is alleged that between January 2015 and December 2019, Kloor misappropriated a total of $446,324.04 from the company and its owner, without their knowledge or consent.
- The charges against Kloor, if proven, could result in a sentence of up to ten years in prison, and a fine of up to $250,000, or twice the amount of the gross gain or loss from her actions, whichever is greater.
- Post-imprisonment, she could be subject to up to three years of supervised release, and a mandatory special assessment fee of $100.