A former Colorado State University worker faces up to 12 years in prison after she was convicted of stealing $17,000 from the University Counseling Center.
Reva Jeannette Miles, 55, was found guilty of felony theft and misdemeanor credit card fraud. Her trial was in Larimer County District court during the first week of June.
Prosecutors said Miles, a 30-year employee of the school, was responsible for depositing cash and checks from the center. They said she deposited the checks but not the cash.
She was also accused of making about $500 in improper purchases on a university-issued credit card.
Sentencing is scheduled for July 17.
Miles’ boss, Charles Davidshofer, faces one count of official misconduct. Investigators said they do not believe he knew of the thefts. He is accused of creating an environment that allowed Miles to take the money.
He is scheduled to appear in court June 23.
The center provides academic and counseling services to students.
Information from: The Coloradoan, http://www.coloradoan.com