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HAMILTON, Ohio – A worker at a car dealership allegedly stole about 100 checks and forged her boss’ signature to rip off about $7,600, the Butler County Sheriff’s Office said.
Holli Taylor aka Holli Houpe worked for The Auto Livery in Ross Twp.
She also forged her boss' signature to release a lien on a car he had sold her, police said.
According to the arrest report, her boss said he gave her an in-house car loan on a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am.
When he tried to repossess the vehicle, it had another lien on it.
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