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Woman indicted for allegedly stealing $52,000 from Red Cross


An Oahu grand jury today indicted a Salt Lake woman for allegedly stealing more than $52,000 from the Hawaii chapter of the American Red Cross by forging 145 checks made payable to her over a 7.5-year period.

Kathleen Mary Caneda, 62, a former Red Cross payroll clerk, with first-degree theft, a class B felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Circuit Judge Richard Perkins set bail at $25,000.

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