34-year-old Erica Cibrian has been accused of stealing approximately $8,300 from two golf courses in Yuma, Arizona. At the time of the offense, Cibrian was reportedly employed as an administrative assistant by the Yuma Parks and Recreation Department.
Part of Cibrian’s employment duties included processing deposits for two Yuma golf courses, Desert Hills and Arroyo Dunes. Investigators believe that instead of processing the entire amount of some deposits, Cibrian instead kept it for her own personal use.
Arizona Theft Crimes
In AZ, an individual can be charged with theft if the knowingly do any of the following:
Felony Theft Charges in AZ
Penalties for theft crimes in Arizona depend largely on the monetary amount of the property stolen. A felony charge can apply to a theft crime if the monetary amount equals at least $1,000. Typically, if the amount is at least $4,000 but less than $25,000, the crime will be charged as a class 3 felony.