Accused Red Cross Fraudster Turns Herself In
The former Red Cross employee charged with stealing more than $200,000 from the nonprofit has turned herself in.
Casey Marie Schmelz, 29, turned herself in to the Alachua County jail late last evening, according to the booking support shift supervisor. She bonded out at around 1 this morning.
Early last November, Gainesville police filed a sworn complaint affidavit with the state attorney’s office. The prosecutors filed information with the court on Jan. 28th, according to court records.
The case went through proceedings that culminated in an arrest warrant, which the court issued last Friday.
No further court dates have been scheduled as of yet, according to court records.
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