Friday, July 31, 2015
Probate Court Clerk Pleads Guilty To Stealing $232,000
In Savannah Georgia the longtime Chatham County Probate Court Chief Clerk Kim Birge has plead guilty to stealing $232,000 in a scheme. The Clerk confessed to raiding certificate of deposits belonging to other people for her own benefit. The government case alleges that the clerk used U.S. Mail and private commercial carriers as a part of the scheme. Kim Birge apologized to the clerk for her role in the scheme that involved stealing more than $750,000 in a three-year period. “I have asked God for forgiveness and I am asking this court for forgiveness as well.”
See Jan Skutch, Chief clerk pleads guilty to stealing $232,000 from Chatham County Probate Court, Savannah Morning News, July 31, 2015.