A Groton woman has been charged with embezzling
more than $44,000 from the Southeastern Connecticut Water Authority, according to a report in The Day and Connecticut State Police.
A former water authority staffer, Stephanie Hodge is facing allegations that she embezzled more than $44,000 “using an elaborate scheme to shift money between customer accounts.”
Hodge, 48, of Groton, who faces a first-degree larceny charge, is alleged to have employed an “elaborate scheme to shift money between customer accounts.”
According to the state judicial website, Hodge was released on a $150,000 bond. She is due in court Jan. 31. The offense date is listed as April 2011.
The case was investigated and referred by Connecticut State Police Troop E.