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Two Charged with Embezzlement in Separate Cases

Two St. Croix women have been arrested and charged with embezzlement in two separate cases in which both took money from their respective employers, the V.I. Police Department reported.

Jamilla Dullamsing was arrested Tuesday after an investigation revealed that, while working at Home Depot, the suspect allowed several customers to leave the store without paying for items. Police said Dullamsing, in her capacity as desk supervisor, processed customer transactions. Video surveillance tape showed she allowed items to leave the store without being paid for. Those items include fencing, a washer and dryer, 15 boxes of tiles, a generator and a weed whacker.

According to an affidavit filed by detectives, Dullamsing was paid more than $1,000 for letting the items leave the store without payment.

Dullamsing, age 34, was arrested at about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday and placed on $10,000.00 bail.

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Jaliadrea Toomer, age 24, was arrested Oct. 29 and charged with embezzlement. Toomer worked at Radio Shack in Sunny Isles. According to the police, the store’s management called police to investigate missing funds, and officers found that Toomer was using duplicate receipts to forge refunds for merchandise that was never returned by customers.

The investigation indicated Toomer embezzled almost $3,500 dollars in October alone.

She was arrested at about 5 p.m. Oct. 29 and placed on $10,000 bail.

Both suspects were remanded to the Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility pending their advice of rights hearings.

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