cash for a dog license in October 2011 but never received his dog tags. An internal investigation within the licensing division determined that the dog tag applicant's information had been entered into the city's records as a revision of a previously issued license, not as a new license application. The application form for that license was later found in a locked overhead bin in Basa's workspace, the complaint noted.
Following the dog tag complaint, all licensing applications from recent years were reviewed to determine if payments associated with the applications were missing. The review determined that many payments were missing, demonstrated by various inconsistencies and apparent falsifications in city records, according to the complaint.
funds. She was sentenced to 60 days in the county workhouse and five years probation. She also must pay restitution to the city, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
been stolen by Basa, according to the criminal complaint.
An accounting firm hired to audit the licensing division's records concluded that from 2010 12 $7,521 was stolen through methods used by Basa, the complaint noted. Basa was arrested following her questioning by Cardenas on June 6 and was also fired that day by the city, according to Bloomington Deputy Chief Vic Poyer.
Former city employee pleads guilty to theft
A former Bloomington city employee accused of pocketing thousands of dollars in license fees has pleaded guilty in Hennepin County District Court.
The investigation began when a resident complained that he had paid Nike Metcon Red Blue
As part of the internal investigation, surveillance cameras were installed near Basa's workspace. In May 2012, the surveillance cameras captured Basa appearing to place cash from a license application fee payment in her purse. Another instance showed her appearing to enter new application information into the city's electronic records as revisions to existing records, which therefore wouldn't require a payment. Payments made in association with the applications were not found, the complaint noted.
Speaking on behalf of the city, Poyer the police department's public information officer said that as a result of the case the city has implemented changes to provide better accounting for transactions that occur, including the addition of new software to track license activity, he said.
Basa, of Hopkins, was charged in October. She was responsible for processing license applications, which included the receipt of payment for the licenses. In June 2012, an employee of the licensing division turned over information to the Bloomington Police Department Nike Zoom Run The One Red indicating that money paid to the city had Nike Kyrie 1 2017 Colorways
The statute of limitations limits how far back the city could pursue theft charges, therefore attempts to audit the licensing division prior to 2010 would not have been considered as part of the case against Basa, Poyer explained.
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Bloomington Detective Cory Cardenas interviewed Basa on June 6, 2012, regarding the missing money. Basa said she had pocketed money associated with license applications, and had been doing so for approximately nine years, according to the complaint.
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