Embezzlement suspect pleads guilty
Feb 14,2007 00:00 by Bend_Weekly_News_Sources

A Canby bookkeeper accused of writing more than 40 checks totaling $500,000 from her employer’s bank account and depositing them into her own, then using the proceeds for personal expenditures such as a breast augmentation surgery, pleaded guilty in Clackamas County Circuit Court yesterday.


Karri Rachel Collins - photo provided by Canby Police Dept. 

Karri Rachel Collins, 36, of Canby, pleaded guilty to four counts of first-degree theft, and is scheduled for sentencing in March, the Canby Police Department reported. 

Collins was arrested following execution of a search warrant at her home on May 8, 2006 when evidence in connection with embezzlement from Classic Touch Homes was found.