Former manager at Sewickley Heights Golf Club indicted for theft
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 11:54 a.m.
The former food and beverage manager of the Sewickley Heights Golf Club intercepted and cashed an $1,800 check to one of the club's vendors, federal prosecutors say.
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted Dawn Penzera-Lackey, 40, of Greensburg on seven counts of mail fraud, access device fraud and identity theft.
The access device fraud and identity theft charges come from Penzera-Lackey persuading a friend to let her do some cleaning and decorating work in the friend's home, which gave her access to credit account information for ARC Technologies. In a related state case, state police have charged Penzera-Lackey with charging purchases totaling $16,660.30 to the company's credit cards.
There was no listing for Penzera-Lackey and no attorney has been assigned to her federal case yet.
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