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    Refused to return $1.2 million accidentally deposited into her account, 911 dispatche

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    The police must think they are above the law. Can’t blame them, they do get away with 99.9% of the crimes they commit.

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    A 911 dispatcher in Louisiana was arrested after authorities say she refused to return $1.2 million that was accidentally deposited into her account

    A woman who worked for more than four years as a sheriff’s dispatcher in Louisiana was fired and arrested after authorities say she refused to return more than $1.2 million that was accidentally deposited into her account.
    According to a report Thursday from Nola.com, the 33-year-old Kelyn Spadoni of Harvey, Louisiana, was arrested Wednesday and charged with theft valued over $25,000, bank fraud, and illegal transmission of monetary funds over accusations that she repeatedly evaded requests to return funds inadvertently transferred to her in February.
    Spadoni is said to be accused of transferring the funds to another account and using the money to purchase a house and a 2021 Hyundai Genesis valued somewhere between $48,000 and $70,000.
    Charles Schwab & Co. filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Spadoni, who worked as a 911 dispatcher, saying she ignored its attempts to reach her by calls, text messages, and emails. The company said it once contacted her workplace but was told she was unable to come to the phone.
    She opened her account with Schwab in January, the lawsuit said.
    According to the lawsuit, filed in US District Court in the Eastern District of Louisiana, Schwab intended to transfer $82.56 into a Fidelity account owned by Spadoni when it accidentally transferred more than $1.2 million because of an “issue created by a software enhancement.” In the lawsuit, the company said its terms of service required customers to return any money inadvertently transferred to them.
    The lawsuit says the company attempted to get the money back the following day but was told the funds were no longer in the Fidelity account because Spadoni had moved them to another account.
    Capt. Jason Rivarde, a representative for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, told Nola.com that Spadoni received funds, transferred mistakenly by Charles Schwab & Co., because of an “accounting error.”
    “It’s not her money,” Rivarde told the outlet, adding “she has no legal claim” to it.
    He said authorities had been able to retrieve about 75% of the funds.
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    Kelyn Spadoni of Harvey, Louisiana. I was expecting an Italian or Celt. This gal can't be smiling anymore. I'm not sure that's a smile.



    I think Kelyn is a beautiful name. Being a dispatcher has got to be a low paying job since cops don't get paid much. However, you can't keep money put in your account by mistake. It's simply not done. What I the bank didn't catch it in time to take it back.

    This happened to me once; the bank put hubby's paycheck in another person's account. I could see online the money was missing. I called and asked for the teller whom I knew by name (hometown bank) and she took care of it right away. I never said another word about it. I didn't want to get her in trouble.


    This woman was clever. She transferred the money to another account. Clearly theft. What a dumb thing to do. At 33, and being a dispatcher, it's mind boggling...
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    She used the funds to purchase a house and a Hyundai? Oh brother!
    Hmmm ... Eeeewwww! Maybe her plastic surgeon was all booked up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    Kelyn Spadoni of Harvey, Louisiana. I was expecting an Italian or Celt. This gal can't be smiling anymore. I'm not sure that's a smile.



    I think Kelyn is a beautiful name. Being a dispatcher has got to be a low paying job since cops don't get paid much. However, you can't keep money put in your account by mistake. It's simply not done. What I the bank didn't catch it in time to take it back.

    This happened to me once; the bank put hubby's paycheck in another person's account. I could see online the money was missing. I called and asked for the teller whom I knew by name (hometown bank) and she took care of it right away. I never said another word about it. I didn't want to get her in trouble.


    This woman was clever. She transferred the money to another account. Clearly theft. What a dumb thing to do. At 33, and being a dispatcher, it's mind boggling...
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    its from her investment acct. with schwab...in her legal agreement with them, shes liable for any unauthorized deposits...

    it WAS authorized by schwab...just not the right amt...that in no way makes it an unauthorized transaction...

    to argue its theft is a bit of a stretch...she did nothing to instigate a fraud or theft.

    it was legally deposited in her legal account, and she legally took her money and moved it into another legal account...


    the irs is the one i'd be worried about...they dont care where the money came from they just want their cut...
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    I don't think she can keep to moneywho knows we live in some strange times

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    She probably thought it was just the return on her investment the lying pricks told her she would get when she opened her account.

    She's too stupid to get an ID so no doubt a jury of her peers will acquit her.
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    I think it's theft. What'd they charge her with....I'll go look.....







    The lawsuit says the company attempted to get the money back the following day but was told the funds were no longer in the Fidelity account because Spadoni had moved them to another account.
    She shouldn't have done that.

    fired and arrested after authorities say she refused to return more than $1.2 million that was accidentally deposited into her account.According to a report Thursday from Nola.com, the 33-year-old Kelyn Spadoni of Harvey, Louisiana, was arrested Wednesday and charged with theft

    Theft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    I think it's theft. What'd they charge her with....I'll go look.....









    She shouldn't have done that.




    Theft.


    yea, shes charged with theft...as expected...

    the legalities of her theft have yet to be worked out...

    her conviction of theft is yet to be determined...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    Kelyn Spadoni of Harvey, Louisiana. I was expecting an Italian or Celt. This gal can't be smiling anymore. I'm not sure that's a smile.



    I think Kelyn is a beautiful name. Being a dispatcher has got to be a low paying job since cops don't get paid much. However, you can't keep money put in your account by mistake. It's simply not done. What I the bank didn't catch it in time to take it back.

    This happened to me once; the bank put hubby's paycheck in another person's account. I could see online the money was missing. I called and asked for the teller whom I knew by name (hometown bank) and she took care of it right away. I never said another word about it. I didn't want to get her in trouble.


    This woman was clever. She transferred the money to another account. Clearly theft. What a dumb thing to do. At 33, and being a dispatcher, it's mind boggling...
    lol. Newp:


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