An arrest has been in made in a case involving a employee that allegedly stole money from a business and drew much local interest over the past couple of years.
According to a press release from the Bishop Police Department, Dolores Kay Marsh was arrested on Thursday, Feb. 5 after an almost two-year investigation. The press release states the Bishop Police Department arrested Dolores Kay Marsh for a felony warrant.
The press release continues that the, “Bishop Police Department investigated back in April of 2013, a complaint from Inyo Mono Body shop, where suspected funds had been stolen from the business. The investigation was handled within the Bishop Police department and then turned over to the Office of the Attorney General-State of California for further investigation into the missing funds.
“As a result of the completed investigation, the Office of the Attorney General determined; Dolores Kay Marsh should be charged with stealing in excess of $300,000 from Inyo Mono Body Shop. An arrest warrant was issued by the Office of the Attorney General and Bishop Police Officers acted on the warrant and arrested Marsh early Thursday morning.
“Marsh was transported to the Bishop Police Department, where the bail was set at $50,000 for the felony warrant. The listed
charges within the warrant are: 5 counts of 487 PC-Grand Theft and 5 counts of 471 PC-Forgery: Altering entries in books and
records. Marsh posted bail and was released with a court date.”