Two women from the Pensacola family were accused of stealing more than $ 450,000 from a local company for a period of nearly two years.
Jessolyn Duggins, 36, and Alyson Caperton, 28, both are in Escambia County Prison for a bond of $ 225,000. They are charged with:
Grand Theft over $ 100,000
Scheme to defraud more than 50,000 dollars
Using a computer with intent to defraud
Money laundering in excess of $ 100,000 (two charges)
According to the Escambia County Sheriff County Office report, between September 2017 and July 2019, the two women were involved in the theft of approximately $ 459,794 from Duggins Services at North W Street in Pensacola.
The report states that they obtained the money through illegal electronic transfers using a “fraudulent” computer. She adds that the women created false documents and tampered with account records to cover up their ongoing scheme.
According to the report, the women used the money for personal gain.
The report states that Dugins is the daughter of the owner and co-chair of Dugins Service, while Caperton is her best friend.