Mandeville Bookkeeper Charged with Access Device Fraud
According to the indictment, KLOOR is alleged to have used the company’s credit cards as well as the owner’s bank and Amazon accounts without authorization, for her own personal benefit. The indictment alleges that, from approximately January 2015 through December 2019, KLOOR misappropriated $446,324.04 from the company and from the owner without their knowledge or permission.
If convicted, KLOOR could receive up to ten years in prison, up to a $250,000.00 fine or the greater of twice the gross gain or twice the gross loss, and up to three years of supervised release after imprisonment. She would also pay a $100 mandatory special assessment fee.
U.S. Attorney Evans reiterated that an indictment is merely an accusation and that the guilt of the defendant must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
U.S. Attorney Evans praised the work of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, New Orleans Field Office, in investigating this matter. Assistant U.S. Attorney Matthew R. Payne, Senior Litigation Counsel, is in charge of the prosecution.
Shane M. Jones
Public Information Officer
United States Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Louisiana
United States Department of Justice
Updated November 3, 2023