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Keswick Woman Accused Of Embezzling From Construction Company

Keswick Woman Accused Of Embezzling From Construction Company

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Charlottesville Police are accusing an Albemarle County woman of embezzling from a construction company over several years. 41-year-old Joby Easton McCauley (pictured) of Keswick is charged with four counts of felony embezzlement. McCauley was arrested Tuesday and released on bond. City Police say she’s been employed by a local construction company, and the alleged embezzlement occurred over several years. Police say the loss to the business is substantial.

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