Auburn woman wrote $82K in company checks to pay own bills

An Auburn woman who was previously employed at a Skaneateles business is facing a felony charge for allegedly using the company’s checks to pay personal bills. Julie A. McGinn, 43, of Auburn, has been charged with second-degree grand larceny, a class C felony.

The New York State Police said McGinn, who was an office manager for Empire Technical Associates in Skaneateles, wrote unauthorized company checks totaling $82,329 to pay her personal cell phone and credit card bills.

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