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Former Carteret County, NC shelter director allegedly spent more than $67,000 for personal items — 22 Comments

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  2. She needs to sell all she has for the animals, how can she do this, why was no one cecking on herspending ???

  3. This miserable excuse for a human is from Portland,Oregon 50 miles from my town of Salem. Hope she burns for this.

    • Thank you Tim for commenting. A lot of people feel like you. She took money away from animal welfare. Dogs and cats would have received less good treatment as a result of this.

  4. Obviously, NOONE paid any attention to this departments expenditures. If correct supervision had been done, this would not have happened.

  5. I hope that Candace Christopherson gets prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. I agree with you, Michael. Stealing from a bank is wrong. But stealing from helpless, needy, ill, and suffering animals is inhumane.

  6. I can remember another case like this. She was allowed to get away with this theft for a while. Who has oversight of the director. It seems this was due to a lack of oversight and control further up the chain of command. She should be prosecuted as this is straight theft and fraudulent behavior.

  7. Money could be squandered away like this and I would like to see what the animals were denied while she was pissing away the money. My gosh! How many could have been spayed and neutered at the expense of the county for what she spent! So when a local government says they can’t afford to buy vaccines, medical suppplies, and spay and neuter then just think about this case!

  8. Her name won’t be posted until an arrest. Most people in the area probably know who she is. Maybe someone will leave a comment.

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