UPDATE: A judge ordered an Eau Claire woman to pay back thousands of dollars she stole from the state.
Golia Xiong worked at a private DMV service center in Hudson, where she was accused of altering dozens of customers' title and registration documents.
She's ordered to pay back more than $4,500. She was also placed on probation for two years and must stay sober.
Posted October 2017
Western Wisconsin (WQOW) - Charges of theft and forgery have been filed against an Eau Claire woman, who is accused of stealing from the state.
Golia Xiong worked at a private DMV service center in Hudson in fall and winter of 2016. A review of Department of Motor Vehicles records showed that more than three dozen customer title and registration documents had been altered and more than $4,500 had been stolen.
Investigators said Xiong admitted doing it two or three times and stealing around $150. She claimed her sister, who didn't work there, would also come into the business, ring up customers and also steal money.