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Topic - Edwina Mcdonald
A veteran Metropolitan Police Department sergeant was arraigned Tuesday in Superior Court on charges of first-degree theft in an alleged scheme to defraud an elderly D.C. woman of more than $40,000. It is the fifth robbery or theft-related felony case against MPD officers to come to light in three months.
It also said Ms. McDonald told investigators she did not recall writing any of the checks, that the signature on eight of the checks was not hers, and that she did not know Aisha or Kevin Jackson.