Woman charged with taking $77,000 from Pa. ambulance service
The ambulance service operates on a shoestring, but is in better shape than when the embezzlement was discovered in June
By Brian Bowling
Pittsburgh Tribune Review
SHARPSBURG, Pa. — A Sharpsburg-based ambulance service recovering from bankruptcy in 2006 became prey to a long-term embezzlement by its former office manager, who stole more than $77,000 over a five-year period, Allegheny County prosecutors say.
The District Attorney`s Office charged Sunshine MacIntyre, 40, of Summer Hill with theft and access device fraud stemming from her job at Seneca Area Emergency Services.
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