Third employee charged in scheme to embezzle $20,000 from pizzeria, law enforcement officials say


A third employee at the Domino’s Pizza in Rome has been charged in a scheme to embezzle more than $20,000, according to law enforcement officials.

Police said Mindy L. Dosztan, 31, of Kiwanis Road, Taberg, was an employee at the pizzeria who worked with Carlton G. Fancher and Michelle L. Champion to steal $20,909 from the business in late 2019.

The law enforcers said
Dosztan was the store manager at the time.

Police said the theft was discovered when the owners of the pizzeria audited their financial records and uncovered the missing funds.

Dosztan was charged on Tuesday with one count of third-degree grand larceny, police stated.

Fancher and Champion were charged with the same crime last month.

Dosztan is scheduled to appear in City Court to answer the charges according to the law enforcement authorities.


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