A Franklin County grand jury has returned a 200-count indictment against a Frankfort woman.
KaSandra Kline, 39, has been arrested and charged with 53 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument; 25 counts of theft by unlawful taking; 22 counts of unlawful access to a computer; and 100 counts of being a second-degree persistent felon.
Franklin County Sheriff Ted Collins said a two-month investigation concluded that $95,912.03 was stolen over a 3 1/2-year period between 2000 and October 2003. Kline was office manager for Miller Mortgage and Loan, according to the sheriff's office.
Franklin County Sheriff's Det. Pat Melton said Kline did not have the authority to sign checks, so she basically forged them and deposited them into a personal account. She is also accused of wiring money to her personal account and to pay various bills, Melton said.
Melton said Kline has cooperated with the investigation and turned herself in Thursday afternoon to the Sheriff's Office.
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