Bookkeeper to take stand again in case of theft from boss

October 13, 2002

ANNAPOLIS - Testimony that will determine how much a Pasadena woman has to pay her former boss, one of the biggest landlords in Annapolis, will resume Dec. 17 in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, when the defendant takes the witness stand for a third time.

Bookkeeper Heather Myers, 30, admitted stealing from Ronald B. Hollander's business, but maintains that she took less than $20,000, not the $171,000 prosecutors say she took in cash and money orders. Friday, in the second day of the hearing before Judge Pamela L. North, Myers denied taking expensive trips, including trips to the Super Bowl and to football playoff games.

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