A guilty plea is now on the table for a Clarksville

A guilty plea is now on the table for a Clarksville, NH woman indicted in October stealing nearly $350,000 from two car dealerships in Colebrook.  Tina Fournier, 48, is charged with two Class A felony counts of theft by unauthorized taking and three Class A felony counts of credit card fraud. Each count carries a maximum state prison sentence of 7 1/2 to 15 years. Fournier had been an employee of Brooks Chevrolet and Noyes Chevrolet when the alleged thefts occurred. Prosecutors said Fournier used company credit cards to purchase items from stores and other entities and also used a card at a casino in Connecticut. Fournier engaged in a pattern of theft from Brooks Chevrolet when she made numerous unauthorized checks and electronic fund transfers from the company’s general fund checking account for almost one hundred fifty thousand dollars. She stole from Noyes Chevrolet through unauthorized checks and EFTs. Fournier fraudulently used a Bank of Louisiana Mastercard issued to Marc Bigney, of Brooks Chevrolet, to make unauthorized purchases of merchandise or services for hotels for accommodations, Verizon Wireless and Amazon Marketplace services.  She is accused of using a Capital One Spark Visa credit card issued to Noyes to make unauthorized New Hampshire Liquor Store purchases, purchases at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, and purchases at the Colebrook Country Club.