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Police: Greensburg woman stole $52K from chiropractor's office

Renatta Signorini
| Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, 2:09 p.m.

A Greensburg woman allegedly stole $52,625 over six months from a Southwest Greensburg chiropractor’s office she managed, according to police.

Cynthia Bisignani-Hill, 44, is charged with numerous counts of theft, receiving stolen property and forgery.

Police said they were notified Dec. 1 of discrepancies in bank accounts belonging to Edge Spine & Joint Medical Center, according to court documents. Bisignani-Hill, the former office manager, allegedly wrote 23 checks between June 15 and Nov. 8 and forged the business owner’s signature, police said.

The checks allegedly were deposited into her bank account. After she quit, the owner noticed the discrepancies, police said

Bisignani-Hill told investigators that the money was “bonuses” and that she spent it on casino trips, bills and other expenses, police reported. The owner denied authorizing any bonuses and said the amount missing was about $20,000 more than her annual salary.

Charges were sent by summons this week. Bisignani-Hill could not be reached and did not have an attorney listed in online court records. A Feb. 19 preliminary hearing is set.

Renatta Signorini is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Renatta at 724-837-5374, rsignorini@tribweb.com or via Twitter @byrenatta.

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