SALT LAKE CITY -- Federal prosecutors are accusing a former city clerk in a small Utah town of stealing from city coffers.
Angela Betty Curry was charged with mail fraud Tuesday for allegedly forging more than 100 Tabiona city checks and depositing the money into her own bank account.
Prosecutors say the 36-year-old Curry also manipulated the books in the Duchesne County town to cover the payments.
Curry is scheduled to appear Jan. 18 before U.S. District Magistrate Judge Paul Warner in Salt Lake City.
The allegations are also the basis for 30 theft and forgery charges in Utah state court. A hearing on that case is set Feb. 3.
An attorney representing Curry in the state case didn't immediately respond to a message Wednesday.