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Police Arrest Woman for Stealing From Employer

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CAMBRIDGE, Md.- The Dorchester County Sheriff's Office has arrested a woman following accusations that she stole more than $10,000 from her employer.

According to police, deputies on Monday arrested 20-year-old Brandi Michelle Phelps, of no fixed address, in connection with the theft of $10,422.95 from the Royal Farms store in Cambridge.

Phelps was charged with theft over $10,000 but under $100,000, theft over $1,000 but under $10,000, theft under $1,000, operating a theft scheme over $10,000 but under $100,000, operating a theft scheme over $1,000 but under $10,000 and operating a theft scheme under $1,000.

She was ordered held on $20,000 bond.

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