A woman from Clarksville, New Hampshire has been indicted on allegations that she made off with more than $350,000 from a Chevrolet dealership.
Authorities assert that 47-year-old Tina Fournier withdrew $147,975 from the Brooks Chevrolet checking account between January 2017 and April 2019 and a further $200,652 between September 2019 and December 2021, when the dealer was known as Noyes Chevrolet.
It is also alleged that Fournier used credit cards associated with Brooks Chevrolet to make more than $3,000 worth of unauthorized purchases between November 2017 and June 2021, including Prime Video subscriptions and hotel accommodation. Authorities also claim that the 47-year-old used a credit card associated with Noyes Chevrolet to make over $1,500 in unapproved purchases.
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Fournier is understood to have been an employee at the Chevrolet dealership and while Coös County attorney John McCormick is not yet able to comment on an active case, Colebrook Police chief Paul Rella told Auto News that his department was called to the dealership to respond to a report of employee embezzlement.
The 47-year-old has been indicted on three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and two counts of theft by unauthorized taking.
Fournier’s attorney, Mark Sisti, confirmed that the woman had entered a not guilty plea but noted that because the case is still in its infancy, he had yet to see important materials including a police report. Noyes Chevrolet dealer principal Donald Noyes has also not commented on the case.