RCMP have charged a former school board employee with multiple counts of fraud.
Police received a complaint about Colleen Symyrozum-Watt on September 9, 2017. According to RCMP, the former Pembina Hills School Board employee allegedly submitted more than $18,000 in fraudulent claims to the board between November 2014 and January 2017.
The 55-year-old Busby woman was arrested on June 25 and is charged with fraud over $5000 (X2), fraud under $5000 (X2) and criminal breach of trust.
Symyrozum-Watt was released and is scheduled to appear in Barrhead Provincial Court on Tuesday (Sept.11).

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