Harrington woman charged with illegally using employer’s credit card

e-niehorsterMILFORD – On July 5, the Milford Police arrested and charged a 31-year-old Harrington woman in connection with an incident that occurred at Walgreens in Milford on May 22.

According to Det. Dwight Young, Erin Niehorster was charged with unlawful use of a payment card less than $1,500, theft false pretense less than $1,500 and criminal impersonation.

Police said they learned that Ms. Niehorster was employed as a secretary for Black Diamond Financial Solutions Company and used the company credit card to make unauthorized purchases at Walgreens in Milford on May 22.

Ms. Niehorster was arraigned and released on $1500.00 unsecured bond

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