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Selling furniture and cash gifts from a friend with no name are some of the ways public officers indicted for embezzlement tried to explain the extra cash in their bank accounts. Forsythe said a search of two personal banks accounts belonging to former Register of Deeds Laura Riddick shows she deposited 5,365 between August of 2010 and January of this year all in cash.

The shallow man has met many an expat lady that have been on dates with Dutch men that have not led to happy endings.In 2017, Riddick stepped down from the position, citing health reasons.MORE FROM ABC11: Why driving with this light on could be dangerous At the time, County Manager Jim Hartmann stressed her departure was not related to the investigation, but public records are placing Riddick at the center of cash management discrepancies within her office dating back several years.Riddick was also ordered to surrender her passport to Wake Clerk of Court.

She is one of four people indicted for allegedly stealing from the Wake County Register of Deeds office.She was behind a curtain, having a good massage, when she heard a voice in English asking one of the staff, “what kind of massage do you provide here?