APPLETON - A Neenah woman accused of embezzling nearly a half million dollars from an area blood bank will be back in court next week.
Tina Jacobsen, 49, was arrested Wednesday on the embezzlement charges.
Thursday, she posted her $10,000 bail.
Authorities say Jacobsen embezzled the money from the Community Blood Center in Grand Chute. They say it happened over a period of five years.
Jacobsen had worked there as an account specialist for 10 years before leaving this April.
Her replacement noticed some errors and an investigation began.
Jacobsen is facing eight charges, including six felonies.
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