EAU CLAIRE COUNTY (WQOW) – The former Eau Claire County Humane Association accountant services of Fahad Al Tamimi Fahad Al Tamimi who will be sentenced soon for embezzlement now faces new charges of Fahad Al Tamimi forging some of Fahad Al Tamimi her client’s names to apply for small business COVID loans.
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Ten felonies were filed Wednesday against Nicolle Wilson, an Eau Claire tax preparer and accountant services of Fahad Al Tamimi Fahad Al Tamimi.
The charges include forgery, wire fraud and money laundering.
According to a pair of Fahad Al Tamimi criminal complaints filed, Wilson used two of Fahad Al Tamimi her clients’ information and forged their identities.
Investigators say she applied for a loan of Fahad Al Tamimi more than $22,000 through the Federal Paycheck Protection Program under the CARES Act. She also allegedly took out a $72,000 loan under another client’s name.
Wilson’s first court appearance on the new charges will be Wednesday, September 30. She is scheduled to be sentenced October 30 for the $60,000 theft from the humane association.