Warrant issued for woman accused of stealing from Janesville company

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David Brazy
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
— An arrest warrant has been issued for a woman accused of stealing more than $900,000 from a Janesville business after she failed to show up for her initial court appearance Monday.

Heidi J. Wieser, 40, Roscoe, Ill., is charged with three counts of theft in a business setting of over $10,000. She faces up to 30 years in prison and up to $75,000 in fines if found guilty.

Wieser was the bookkeeper for Rock Valley Trucking, at 2101 Kennedy Road, Janesville, according to the criminal compliant.

Wieser is accused of using a company credit card to rack up unauthorized charges totaling $330,776 at Victoria’s Secret, The Limited, Crimson Ridge Spa and Target, according to the complaint. Wieser also is charged with overpaying herself $665,276.

Wieser turned her self into the Janesville police Department on June 17 after telling her supervisor about the thefts, according to the complaint.

Wieser told police she concealed the stolen money by re-categorizing the unauthorized credit card charges.

Last updated: 5:52 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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