Kentucky woman charged in theft from a Tennessee bank

A Hickman, Kentucky, woman turned herself in Friday after she was indicted on charge of theft from an Obion County, Tennessee, Bank, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. 

The TBI says on July 27 it began investigating a report that cash was missing from a vault at the Farmers Bank in Woodland Mills, Tennessee. The bureau alleges that former bank employee April Dee Choate, 47, was responsible for theft from the back from Sept. 2007 through July 2015.

On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Choate was indicted by an Obion County grand jury on one count of theft over $60,000, according to the TBI. Choate turned herself in to a TBI special agent Friday, Oct. 9, and was jailed in the Obion County Jail. 

The TBI says she was released after posting a $25,000 bond. 

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