NJ woman charged with million-dollar theft
🔴 A Bergen County office manager at a worker's union was charged with theft
🔴The woman reportedly stole more than $1 million for personal use
SADDLE BROOK — The office manager of a worker’s union based in Bergen County has been arrested and charged with stealing more than $1 million, according to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office.
In July, the Financial Crimes Unit of the county prosecutor’s office received information pertaining to a theft of funds from a local, unnamed worker’s union.
An investigation revealed that between January 2019 and July 2023, the union’s office manager, Theresa Gremillot, 57, of Saddle Brook, conducted approximately 3,000 unauthorized debits, exceeding $1.7 million from the union’s operating accounts and pocketed the money for her own personal gain.
Then, on Wednesday, Nov. 8., Gremillot was charged with second-degree theft. She is currently in the Bergen County Jail pending her first court appearance in Hackensack.
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