A Grand Junction woman accused of stealing more than a half-a-million dollars from her employer has pleaded guilty.
According to an arrest affidavit, 45-year-old Amber Butler forged signatures and cashed company checks in her personal bank account to the tune of $568 thousand.
She faced a judge this morning and pleaded guilty to felony theft.
She's scheduled for sentencing in March..
She's scheduled to face a judge next month.
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