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August 21. 2013 1:54PM

Rochester woman faces felonies for collecting tuition reimbursement from employer but not attending school

DOVER – A bank employee was indicted for 22 counts of theft for allegedly deceiving her employers at Profile Bank for five years.

Jennifer Dube, 35, of 24 Brenda Lane, Rochester, was charged with multiple counts of theft by deception for "creating and reinforcing a false impression" she was attending school to collect tuition reimbursement checks in excess of $1,500 from her employer.

According to the indictments, which were handed up Aug. 15, Dube obtained the checks three times in 2008, five times in 2009, seven times in 2010, five times in 2011, and twice in 2012.  Each count is a Class A felony that carries a potential sentence of 7½ to 15 years in prison and a $4,000 fine.

Dube is scheduled to appear in Superior Court for an arraignment Aug. 29 at 9 a.m.


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