According to court documents, from Feb. 1, 2018, through April 28, Green used the credit cards of her employer, Thompson Innovations, 2300 Seventh St., hundreds of times to buy personal items, groceries and meals and to pay phone and electric bills and traffic fines.
A company audit of the accounts revealed that Green covered up the charges by coding them as business expenses when reconciling the accounts each month, court documents said.
Ronald Taylor is accused of taking $22,883 for home improvements, paying his MidAmerican Energy bills and cash, the complaint said. Taylor has "wiped out" the man's checking account, and the man had no idea his money was gone, according to the complaint.
After obtaining a search warrant, officers opened a moving van and found it full of store merchandise. Also inside were a credit card embossing machine, 15 forged credit cards, three laptop computers and numerous cell phones and flash drives.
A judge placed Sandra Martinez on probation for two years and gave her a deferred judgment in which the charge will be expunged from her record if she successfully completes her probation. She also must pay $2,600 restitution to Sears Holdings.
Prosecutors say she used a state credit card for more than $33,600 in personal purchases while working as state adviser for DECA, a student marketing organization. A state audit report also says she sought reimbursements totaling $9,250 for purchases made on the card.
Court documents say the woman had been receiving payroll advance checks from an insurance agency and not paying them back. The investigation eventually found discrepancies in the company books of more than $112,000 from January 2012 into this year.
Brent Mack previously has been charged with intentionally setting a corn crib on fire in Sac County in August. He is now accused of setting a fire, to which 20 area agencies responded, that destroyed three vacant buildings in Newell in 2017.
A court document says the 56-year-old woman told an investigator that between May 2015 and August this year she used the company's checking account to make unauthorized payments on her personal credit cards.
An investigation discovered $32,703 in fraudulent charges after a co-worker discovered evidence of the scheme and reported it to police. A man then split the money with Sandra Lalumendre, who was his manager.
The university has said Davion Sandifer, who had been a member of the men's volleyball team, is no longer a student there and is not allowed on campus. He remains in custody in the Woodbury County Jail on a $5,000 bond.