Fired cashier accused of embezzling $150,000 from Anadarko casino
A cashier who worked at the Silver Buffalo Casino in Anadarko has been accused of embezzling more than $150,000 before being fired in 2008. A grand jury on Wednesday indicted Kimberly Dawn Logsdon.
A cashier at an Anadarko casino has been accused in a federal indictment of embezzling more than $150,000 before she was fired in 2008.
Kimberly Dawn Logsdon, 39, of Anadarko, is charged with embezzlement from an Indian casino. A federal grand jury in Oklahoma City indicted her on Wednesday.
Logsdon was a cashier at the Silver Buffalo Casino in Anadarko from July 25, 2007 to Dec. 3, 2008. The casino is owned by the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma.
Grand jurors allege Logsdon in 2008 double-counted certain winning cash out vouchers that casino customers presented for payment and kept more than $150,000 from these duplicated vouchers.
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