- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 10, 2014

WARSAW, N.Y. (AP) - A former clerk for a Department of Motor Vehicles office in western New York has been indicted on charges stemming from the theft of more than $90,000 from the agency.

Local media report that the charge was included in a 313-count indictment filed in Wyoming Count Court against 59-year-old Roxanne Ingles of Warsaw.

The charges against the deputy clerk include public corruption and grand larceny.

Officials say Ingles stole the funds from July 2013 to last August, when she was charged. Prosecutors say the county clerk’s office contacted the sheriff’s department Aug. 7 after a discrepancy was found in the DMV account.

Ingles resigned Aug. 12.

Her public defender, Adam Koch, said Wednesday he couldn’t comment on the charges.

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