Woman Steals to put Daughter in Drug Rehab
Teri Romanishan of Bethlehem Township admitted today that she stole from her Palmer Township employer, Magnetic Windings.
Teri Romanishan of Bethlehem Township told a judge today she took more than $180,000 from her employer to pay for drug rehabilitation for her heroin-addicted daughter, according to The Express-Times.
Then, Romanishan said, she gambled the rest of the money in hopes to win back what she stole.
She was a bookkeeper for Magnetic Windings, 2711 Freemansburg Ave. in Palmer Township, and confessed to writing 47 checks between September 2010 and August 2011 to herself from the company’s account.
She could receive up to seven years in prison, the story reports.