Paumer Arraigned in District Court

Cammie Paumer was arraigned in District Court Thursday.
Cammie Paumer was arraigned in District Court Thursday.

Clearmont resident Cammie Paumer was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday on a number of Felony charges stemming from her role in allegedly embezzling approximately $15,000 from the Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan.

Paumer plead “Not Guilty” to all of the alleged charges and District Court Judge John Fenn set a three-day trial for November 16th through the 18th.

During her five months as bookkeeper at Hand in Hand, Paumer allegedly used the childcare center's debit card for a number of personal purchases; forged the name of Interim Director Linda Myers on several checks that she deposited into her personal bank account; stole checks that she made out to herself and deposited, and paid herself unauthorized overtime and a pay raise.

Judge Fenn denied Paumer's attorney Jonah Buckley's request that his client's $20,000 cash only bond be reduced.

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