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Woman Accused of Stealing Equestrian Park Money

Woman Accused of Stealing Equestrian Park Money

Posted - Feb. 9, 2004 at 4:57 p.m.



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(KSL News) -- A 46-year old woman is facing multiple charges today in connection with some money that disappeared from the Salt Lake County Equestrian Park.

Cheryl Ann Tucker worked in the office at the Horse Park for 11 years. She's accused of skimming $50,000 during that time. Tucker is charged with theft, misuse of public funds, and stealing, destroying, or mutilating public records.

Tucker was in charge of making deposits and doing monthly reports for cash receipts.

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