Jackson woman charged with stealing from employer

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DOWNTOWN JACKSON — A woman appeared in Jackson court Monday on charges of stealing from a Jackson business where she worked. Yolanda Nixon is facing eight theft counts after allegedly stealing money from the washing machines at a North Parkway convenience store and laundromat where she was employed, according to an affidavit. One of the owners told police he had looked at security video to see how a washing machine had been damaged and found that Nixon had obtained a key to the machines and had been taking money from them, the document states. The owner told police Nixon could been seen on store security video taking money on eight occasions from Jan. 30, 2012 to Feb. 27, 2012, according to the affidavit. Nixon is charged with eight counts of theft of property under $500. She is free on a $5,000 bond.

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