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Police: Woman stole from Realtors group

Posted October 12, 2009

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— A woman has been charged with embezzling from the Rocky Mount Area Association of Realtors, police said Monday.

Janet Cavalier, 47, was charged with three counts of larceny by employee and 13 counts each of forgery and uttering a forged endorsement.

Police began investigating a possible theft in August, when the Realtor group reported that about $265,000 was missing.

Cavalier was arrested Thursday and was released on a $200,000 unsecured bond.

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  • smokeycurrin Oct 12, 2009

    Unsecured means that she was able to sign her name and promise to appear in court.No money out of pocket.

  • jetset Oct 12, 2009

    The LOVE of money is the root of (almost) all evil.

  • beachboater Oct 12, 2009

    She is accused of stealing $250,000 and was released on a $200,000 UNSECURED bond.

    I'm not sure what the unsecured actually involves, but shoot, steal $250,000, bail out for $200,000 and hit the road with $50,000.

    Not a bad day's work.

  • exwife1956 Oct 12, 2009

    I can't believe these people think they are gonna get away with something like this.

  • happymom Oct 12, 2009

    I know, makeohane! I was just thinking... how do you spend all that money without people noticing that you are living way beyond your means? It always stuns me that people think they can get away with stealing such large sums without getting caught.

  • CalvinCat Oct 12, 2009

    She shouldn't have any problem coming up with the bond money.