- Associated Press - Friday, May 13, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A Lincoln woman has been accused of stealing nearly $28,000 while managing a convenience store last year.

Online court records say 33-year-old Nickole Thompson is charged with felony theft. A public phone listing couldn’t be found. Her appointed attorney, John Aman, said Friday that the case is in its preliminary stages and declined to comment.

A court document says Whitehead Oil Co. auditors found the cash was missing from extra change she’d sought while working in the U-Stop store from January through Oct. 15, 2015. She quit that month. The document says cash deposits into Thompson’s personal account were consistent with the amounts she’d received from what the company called the “extra change account.”

Her next court appearance is scheduled for May 31.



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