Trial For Former Webster City Chamber Of Commerce Employee Pushed Back

The  trial of a former Webster City Chamber Of Commerce employee has been moved back to December. 40 year old Leah Mulholland, is a former administrative assistant there who is facing multiple criminal charges. The charges stem from an investigation by the Iowa DCI following an audit conducted by the state. The audit that was conducted in Summer of 2018, reportedly found over 350 checks that had been issued to Mulholland totaling over $235,000. The audit report also says it found over 800 debit card transaction and says that just over 100 of them are properly supported by financial records. She is charged with ongoing criminal conduct, 1st degree theft, forgery and unauthorized use of a credit card. She entered a not guilty plea to those charges earlier this year. Her trial was set to begin in August but now has been pushed back to December 15th.

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