An Audubon woman is charged with two counts of theft linked to her work. The series of events began over a year ago while she worked at the Audubon Post Office. 41-year-old Peggy Obermeier has been charged in Audubon County with second- and fifth-degree theft, accused of writing company checks on her employer’s bank account to pay her own personal debts to get money for herself totaling more than one-thousand but less than 10-thousand dollars, starting in November 2003. Obermeier’s also accused of taking or interfering with mail belonging to a former employer, starting last November. She was released after posting ten-thousand dollars bond.
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