Employee made use of Arkansas county charge card to acquire puppy tuxedo, affidavit says

Sizzling SPRINGS, Ark. -- A former county employee in Arkansas is arrested immediately after prosecutors accused her of using a county charge card to get personalized goods such as Arkansas Razorbacks tickets and a tuxedo for her dog.

The Sentinel-Record newspaper reported that Kristi Goss was arrested Tuesday on six counts of fraudulent use of a charge card. Goss had worked as administrative assistant for your Garland County judge’s office.

According to an affidavit, investigators and auditors flagged about $200,000 in purchases manufactured over the county’s bank card, which includes a diamond bracelet, Razorbacks tickets, pet insurance along with the canine tuxedo, which was ordered from Amazon.

Court data usually do not record an lawyer for Goss. Prosecutors have filed a request for a gag buy stopping any comment over the situation.

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