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Former Glendive Chamber Employee Charged with Embezzlement

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A former Glendive Chamber of Commerce Executive Director is charged with embezzlement. Court documents show Kimberly Trangmoe was the Executive Director from September 2005 through September 2012.

The documents state an audit began after the chamber received over-draft notices and documentation that taxes for the organization weren't filed for several years. It also shows Trangmoe was the bookkeeper for the chamber during that time.

The charging document states on one of the chamber's bank accounts, there were transactions benefiting the chamber and transactions benefiting Trangmoe there was also uncertain spending that still being investigated. The documents show Trangmoe benefited more than $18,000 and overdraft fees total more than $10,000. That total may increase if investigators find any of the more than $28,000 in uncertain funds benefited Trangmoe.

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