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Pulaski Co. Deputy Commissioner resigns

An employee of the Pulaski County Commissioner of the Revenue’s office resigned Friday, April 17 after being arrested on two counts of embezzlement involving a Draper church.
According to Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis, Patricia Wilson is charged with two counts of embezzlement related to “alleged thefts” of funds from Memorial Christian Church in Draper.
He said the investigation is continuing and additional charges are pending.
“A preliminary investigation has revealed no funds related to the commissioner’s office are involved,” Davis said.
Wilson was a deputy commissioner, having joined the office in January 2004 after 13 years in the banking industry and two years with the Town of Pulaski Finance Department, according to information provided by the county in December, when Wilson was recognized by the county for her service.
The information also stated that Wilson is a 23-year resident of Draper and an “active member” of Memorial Christian Church.
“Pat’s spare time is spent in activities with her church and family. She enjoys walking, reading and helping the elderly,” the statement concludes.
Wilson was released on bond.

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Pulaski Co. Deputy Commissioner resigns

An employee of the Pulaski County Commissioner of the Revenue’s office resigned Friday, April 17 after being arrested on two counts of embezzlement involving a Draper church.
According to Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis, Patricia Wilson is charged with two counts of embezzlement related to “alleged thefts” of funds from Memorial Christian Church in Draper.
He said the investigation is continuing and additional charges are pending.
“A preliminary investigation has revealed no funds related to the commissioner’s office are involved,” Davis said.
Wilson was a deputy commissioner, having joined the office in January 2004 after 13 years in the banking industry and two years with the Town of Pulaski Finance Department, according to information provided by the county in December, when Wilson was recognized by the county for her service.
The information also stated that Wilson is a 23-year resident of Draper and an “active member” of Memorial Christian Church.
“Pat’s spare time is spent in activities with her church and family. She enjoys walking, reading and helping the elderly,” the statement concludes.
Wilson was released on bond.

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