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Woman suspected of embezzling more than $240,000 from a Pueblo West business

PUEBLO COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV) - The former employee of a Pueblo West business is suspected of embezzling more than $240,000. The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of 52-year-old Lisa Baker on Thursday. The investigation started in January of 2020 when the owner of P&A Flooring reached out after there had been thousands of dollars in fraudulent charges made on a company credit card.
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Pueblo woman arrested for embezzling $240K from former employer

PUEBLO, Colo. — Pueblo County Sheriff’s detectives arrested a 52-year-old woman on Thursday on a felony warrant in connection with the embezzlement of more than $240,000 from a Pueblo West business where she had been employed. In January 2020, detectives were notified by an owner of P&A Flooring that there had been thousands of dollars […]
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Pueblo West woman accused of embezzling thousands from employer

PUEBLO WEST, Colo. (KRDO) -- A Pueblo West woman faces felony charges after Pueblo Co. Sheriff's deputies say she made hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of fraudulent charges on company credit cards. Lisa Baker, 52, was arrested Thursday on a felony warrant for theft and identity theft. This follows an investigation that goes back The post Pueblo West woman accused of embezzling thousands from employer appeared first on KRDO.
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Pueblo County Sheriff warns of people impersonating deputies

PUEBLO, Colo. — Law enforcement in Pueblo are warning the public of several men possibly impersonating Sheriff’s Office deputies. The Pueblo Police Department (PPD) posted about the incident on their Facebook page, saying that just after 5 a.m. on May 17, a male wearing what appeared to be clothing with a Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office […]
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Pueblo area authorities warn public of apparent, threatening deputy impersonation

PUEBLO, Colo. (KRDO) -- The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says they're aware of an incident involving several men going to a home in the early morning and one of them posing as a deputy. KRDO Tuesday, a woman warned neighbors to be alert for suspicious activity by several men, one of whom apparently impersonated a The post Pueblo area authorities warn public of apparent, threatening deputy impersonation appeared first on KRDO.
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Pueblo Police seek help identifying illegal dumper

PUEBLO, Colo. — The Pueblo Police Department (PPD) is asking for the community’s help identifying a woman seen dumping a truckload of tires in an alleyway. PPD shared photos on their Twitter of the unidentified woman and her vehicle, as she illegally dumped tires in the alley of the 2300 block of Pine Street on […]
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4A track championships: Cheyenne Mountain, Pueblo Central win titles

Cheyenne Mountain rising senior Antoni Smith could’ve focused only on his time on the podium after winning the state championship in the 4A high jump with a leap of 6’8″. Instead, he stepped off momentarily to support his classmates as they were running toward a 4×800 meter relay title of their own. “I saw that […]
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Pueblo police ask for help with identifying a suspected illegal dumper

PUEBLO, Colo. (KKTV) - Pueblo Police are asking for help with identifying someone who is suspected of illegal dumping. On Wednesday, police shared photos of the suspect and the suspect’s vehicle. They can be viewed at the top and bottom of this article. According to police, a woman was seen dumping a “truckload” of tires in the 2300 block of Pine on Tuesday.
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Pueblo's Vac Shoppe to close after 41 years in business

After 41 years fixing clogged or broken vacuum cleaners and getting sewing machines humming again, Wolfgang Heyn is closing The Vac Shoppe in Pueblo at the end of the month. “The final nail in the coffin was COVID, which impacted many of my commercial accounts like restaurants, hotels and churches,” Heyn said. “I regret having to close, but for small businesses, the resulting exorbitant freight charges and supply chain hits have made it a real challenge to stay in business.”
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