Embezzlement case preliminary hearing for Marsh on Thursday

Deb Murphy

A preliminary hearing in the embezzlement case of Delores Marsh will be heard this Thursday at 10 a.m. in Independence.

Following a complaint filed by Inyo Mono Body Shop and a year-long investigation by the Bishop Police Department, the case was forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General in April 2014. Marsh was arrested in February of this year and charged with five counts of grand theft (487 PC) and five counts of forgery (471 PC), altering entries in books and records. Marsh posted bail.

Inyo District Attorney Tom Hardy represented Marsh at the outset of the case, prior to being appointed DA. As a result, the case was referred to the state Attorney General offices in Los Angeles.


3 Responses to Embezzlement case preliminary hearing for Marsh on Thursday

  1. Corruption in bishop November 21, 2015 at 8:33 am #

    Like her husband didn’t know,, what a crock of beans. New motorhome, new quads, way to many Xmas decorations, new house , I know he will deny any acknowledgment of any $$ , but come on , he’s a cop,,, and playing….or being dumb,,, is no excuse, HE IS JUST AS GUILTY. And this is her 2nd time… fool me once,,, shame on you, fool me twice,,, shame on me,

    Let’s see who will do the least amount of time ,, will it be contestant # 1 recently released from the fairgrounds,,, contestant #2 from the petite eat,, or contestant #3 this couple hail from the abused, and misused health and human services,

    • Wondering November 23, 2015 at 11:36 am #

      @ Corruption in Bishop…DITTO!

  2. Rick O'Brien November 20, 2015 at 11:45 pm #

    It appears that women and large amounts of (other peoples) money in the Owens Valley do not mix very well…


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