The security manager for the Idaho State capitol and other state buildings faces felony charges in connection with the theft and forgery case involving a former Ada County Treasurer worker reported last week by the GUARDIAN.
The Statesman reported April Rice’s position today. She has been placed on administrative leave and folks at the AG office are tight lipped about the case. Arraignment for April Rice, the state security worker, and Eleasha Jenkins (Hilliard) is set for February 26 in 4th District court. Neither woman was arrested and both were summoned to appear for arraignment…hence no mug shots.
The charges were filed by deputies in the office of Attorney General Lawrence Wasden.
The allaged crimes involve wills, auto titles and a check for about $31,000 all administered by the Ada treasurer in connection with estates where the deceased had no will and no surviving relatives.
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