Jury finds woman guilty of fraud and stealing

A JURY this afternoon found Shannon Peta Parry guilty of defrauding her ex-employer of more than $220,000 on the last day of a six-day trial in Rockhampton District Court.

Parry was remanded in custody until the sentencing date on November 26.  

Parry used $221,222.20 of Gracemere business Zebra Wrecking Co's money to pay her personal bills and top up her personal bank accounts through 151 transactions during her time at the business between November 2010 and December 2011.

The jury found Parry guilty to one count each of fraud as an employee of a value more than $30,000 and stealing as a servant.



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