A Bismarck woman is charged with felony theft for allegedly making personal purchases on a company credit card and embezzling more than $37,000 by overstating her after-hours and weekend work.
Kimberly Gress-Gooden, 41, was paid more than $40,000 by ABC Seamless in 2018 for making appointments on weekends and after hours, a police affidavit says. She was to be compensated for each day she took home a company phone and for each appointment she made. She allegedly overstated by 1,875 the number of appointments made and received $37,500 more in compensation than she was entitled to, the affidavit says.
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Gress-Gooden in three transactions in the fall of 2018 allegedly paid for more than $1,000 worth of spray foam insulation for personal use by using an ABC Seamless company credit card, according to the affidavit.
Gress-Gooden was charged in South Central District Court on Tuesday and ordered to appear in court at a later date. No attorney is listed for her in court documents.