Dixie County Car Dealership May Shut Down After Former Employee Steals Thousands
Ashley O'steen worked for Dixie County Chevy from February 2007 to July 2009 when she was let go. After the owner, Oscar Valdez, notices discrepancies in the businesses finances, he hired a private accountant to go through the books. The accountant discovered over 500,000 dollars from the car dealership.
O'steen turned herself in yesterday to the Dixie County Jail and is currently out on 5,000 bond.
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