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Woman charged with taking cash from Tamarac Marina

A 22-year-old woman was charged on Tuesday after authorities say she stole more than $500 from Tamarac Marina.
The Sheriff’s Office said Milam stole money from a cash register while she worked as a cashier at the marina. She was charged with six counts of felony larceny by employee.
The arrest report said deputies spoke to marina owners Dan and Joe Black after authorities received calls about money being taken.
The owners showed video footage to deputies, which, according to the report, showed Milam opening the register and removing cash.
Officers returned to 9120 Bringle Ferry Road on Oct. 4 to see more video and spoke again to the owners.
Milam was arrested at about 2:15 p.m. just after she arrived for her shift. The report said the amount taken was “in excess of $500.”
Milam, 400 Garner Drive, was released after posting a $1,500 bond.

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