Former Port Vincent clerk due in court this week
LIVINGSTON- Recent audits providing new details on a case of alleged fraud involving a former village of Port Vincent clerk.
Brandi Deaton surrendered to Livingston Parish deputies in September amid accusations that she stole from the village, where she worked from October 2013 through March of this year.
This week, the Louisiana Legislative Auditor released findings from a separate investigative audit on the village's finances. The audit finds about $16,890 was collected but not deposited in the village's bank account between January and March.
The district attorney's office is prosecuting Deaton on one count each of theft of more than $1,500, first-degree injuring of public records, failure to report money received and malfeasance.
Deaton is scheduled for arraignment Thursday.
Online jail records do not list an attorney for her.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
A return to the shelves two months in the making for 'Hola...
Child playing with lighter started fire at Tigerland bar
New Roads council targets Mayor's use of police detail for private purposes
Unvaccinated LSU students must take monthly COVID tests this semester, university says
News 2 Geaux: Man accused of killing grandmother booked into Parish Prison
LSU QB Myles Brennan suffered 'severe' injury to his left arm; unclear...
Angelo Izzard leading Southern Lab by example
Full interview with Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle on Texas &...
Sports2-a-Days Preview: Dutchtown Griffins
Southeastern unveils three new logos in latest rebranding effort