An arrest warrant has been issued for Alison Claire Foster, of Baker, Louisiana, for 174 counts of unauthorized use of an access device card and 94 counts of both forgery and felony theft. Theft over $500 is a felony in Louisiana.
Foster is the executive assistant to the state librarian. She allegedly used the Louisiana Library Foundation’s credit card and checking account to steal approximately $109,000 from 2007 through 2011, according to the Baton Rouge Police Department.
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Source: The Advocate, “State library worker accused of stealing $109,000,” March 29, 2012.