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Woman charged with embezzling from medical office

Posted January 13, 2011

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— Police on Thursday charged a woman with stealing almost $200,000 from a Goldsboro medical practice.

Deborah Jean Holland, no age or address available, was charged with embezzlement greater than $100,000. She was being held in the Wayne County Jail under a $50,000 bond.

A physician with Goldsboro OB-GYN asked police last month to investigate money missing from the practice. Investigators determined Holland used business credit cards and checks to amass nearly $200,000 in purchases from March 2005 through early October of last year.

Holland was the business manager for the practice until she was fired in October, police said.

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  • heinrick65 Jan 14, 2011

    Nope this woman I know from personal experince, has no drug or gambling problems... She thought she was better than everyone around her and she was above the law.She is very manpulative,cruel and not a nice person. I was a victim of her's in the past and this just shows how KARMA will always catch you.

  • GOPACK80 Jan 13, 2011

    Don't feel sorry for the doc's.
    They had employee dishonesty insurance that saved the day.

    http://goldsboroobgyn.com/physicians_nurse.html

  • GOPACK80 Jan 13, 2011

    Does she really look 46?

  • imdicktrickle Jan 13, 2011

    There must be controls in place to protect these businesses.

  • gotsomesense Jan 13, 2011

    ibeeteri, by her appearance I would say possible drug problems...

  • Bartmeister Jan 13, 2011

    No wonder sales at Wal Mart were up..................................

  • ibeeteri28326 Jan 13, 2011

    Possible gambling problem?

  • mikeyj Jan 13, 2011

    And we wonder why insurance and medical costs keep rising. Greed is everywhere!

  • detectivelancaster Jan 13, 2011

    I wonder if any of those doctors minored in accounting. Checks and Balances my friends.

  • jsok123 Jan 13, 2011

    She is already tried and convicted by a jury of her peers

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