Woman arrested on theft charges in Ky.
OLIVE HILL, Ky. -- An Olive Hill, Ky., woman was arrested last week for the theft of more than $75,000 from the Northeast Kentucky Community Action Agency which provides direct social services to Kentuckians with low and moderate incomes, according to a Kentucky state police news release.
Melissa Black, no age listed, a Carter County resident, was charged with a dozen counts of theft by unlawful taking and forgery, according to the release. She formerly worked at the agency.
The case remains under investigation by KSP Trooper David Boarman.
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