So how do we determine the role of deception in our lives, and how do we recognize it when it’s harmful, not helpful? For most people, intentionally lying about something big is stressful. It’s why people end up giving themselves away so often.
Nebraska defensive coordinator Mark Banker didn’t mince words in his recollection of Nebraska’s 55-45 loss at Purdue last season. “It was the absolute lowest point in our season,” Banker said.
Anne Carbullido of Omaha is charged with three counts of theft by deception over $1,500 and one count of theft by deception $5,000 or more.
Former Dodge County Assessor Brittny King was sentenced to 12 months’ probation and 120 hours of community service for using a county credit card to fuel her personal vehicles.
At the trial, Brittny King claimed that county officials knew she was using the county’s credit card, and that she used the fuel for county business. But the judge’s ruling stated that no one corroborated her testimony.
Monday, Chad McMahon, 34, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor theft by deception, more than $200 and less than $500.
The worm of paranoia begins to eat into even the hardest adversary. An example is a Twitter post last week displaying an Islamic State leaflet…
A Lincoln woman who translated bank information into English for a woman has been accused of stealing more than $13,000 from her.
Two women have been charged in Dodge County in connection with the theft of $2.5 million from Gavilon Grain.