A Lexington woman was arrested Monday on a charge of defrauding her former employer of more than $100,000, according to police.
Tressa Tresten, 44, was charged with felony of theft by deception of more than $10,000 and unlawful access to a computer, police said.
Tresten is accused of printing checks to herself at the Check Exchange on North Broadway, where she had been a longtime employee, according to police. She altered records in Quick Books finance software to conceal the theft, police said.
Detectives said Tresten issued at least 110 checks totaling $108,765 over four years. The money allegedly was used for personal living expenses.
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Tresten was taken to the Fayette County jail. Inverstigators are trying to determine whether any other money wasstolen.