FAIRFIELD BAY — On the net court information present costs have been submitted and a warrant issued Aug. 27 from former Fairfield Bay EMS Captain Andrea Notz by the exclusive prosecutor.
20 six counts are mentioned, like theft of assets, considerably less than $5,000 (Class D felony), nonfinancial identification fraud (Class D), fraudulent use of a credit rating card, fewer than $1,000 (six counts Course A misdemeanor) and prohibited acts for a general public staff (18 counts, Class B misdemeanor).
The police report accompanying the stated expenses clearly show an investigation commenced Might 1 following “… this affiant [SIC] received info that an Amazon Small business account created for the Fairfield Bay Healthcare Products and services (EMS) was staying misused, and that expenditures experienced been produced that are not allowable beneath state fiscal administration rules applicable to govt staff.”
Fairfield Bay EMS service was suspended May possibly 14 by Town of Fairfield Bay Mayor Linda Duncan in buy for an, what was named at the time “Human resources” investigation could consider spot. The investigation was accomplished and obtain to the support for its volunteers was restored two times later, even though it was June just before volunteers indicated a willingness to provide. Duncan later mentioned that the investigation was the end result of a tip her business office gained about impropriety within the city’s EMS assistance, a predominantly volunteer business.
Notz at the time was a full-time employee of the city as the EMS Captain and its only paid out staff, her placement afterwards terminated in early June in accordance to Duncan. Situations surrounding the Might support suspension led to the EMS volunteers producing a general public announcement July 27 that they would no more time serve. Concurrent with this Notz’s replacement handed in his resignation. The city has returned the ambulance services authorization to the state, and ambulance provider for the town is now furnished by Medic One particular, the county’s healthcare assistance contractor.
The law enforcement report states that Notz “… was the individual mainly liable for the operational and financial actions of the Fairfield Bay EMS and had unique command around the Amazon Enterprise Prime account.”
It continues: “A critique of the information shows that in between July 1, 2018 via June 30, 2021, Andrea Notz used the Metropolis of Fairfield Bay credit card to acquire merchandise and workout unauthorized handle around items valued beneath $5,000 but more than $1,000. These merchandise ended up not utilised or retained by the Fairfield Bay EMS but were utilised by Andrea Notz personally. The quite a few buys made by Andrea Notz during this time represent a continuing class of conduct underneath the statutes for theft of home.”
No whole sum of funds is outlined.
The report also states Notz “…committed nonofficial id fraud by using the account variety for the City of Fairfield Bay from July 21,2021 via August 4, 2021 to acquire goods from McKesson Healthcare-Surgical.”
The report does not state the details of the “goods” or what intent may well have existed in buying them.
Also detailed is Notz applying a Town of Fairfield Bay credit card “… to attain property that was for her individual own use and not for Fairfield Bay EMS.” The fees, with dates shown, have been for fewer than $1,000, per the report. Also mentioned, by day, are “… eighteen separate occasions…” the place Notz used the EMS service’s Amazon Primary account to make purchases for relations. Given that the account was compensated for by Fairfield Bay at $179 per 12 months, but permitted totally free shipping for recipients, “Each purchase constitutes a independent violation of this statute,” the report concludes.
The on line court docket documents clearly show an arrest warrant has been issued Aug. 27. No date or time for the warrant to be serviced was stated.