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Accused payroll thief could also face civil charges
Reams said Ann Marie Nelson, 55, of Chester, remains the focus of their investigation into her husband being overpaid roughly $12,000 while he was employed as a correctional officer at the Rockingham County jail.
A far-reaching audit now underway by county officials and investigators will ultimately determine if Nelson’s alleged theft stretched back further, Reams said.
Reams declined to say whether Keith Nelson will be charged in the case.
Reams said on Thursday that he expects the criminal probe that is delving into county accounting records to last about a month.
Nelson is facing a pair of Class A felonies, each punishable by up to 7½ to 15 years in state prison. She is scheduled for arraignment on Sept. 26 in Rockingham County Superior Court.
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