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ArtsQuest Employee Accused of Stealing to Have Court Hearing Friday

Tynesha Marie Gilmore, 20, of Upper Macungie, allegedly entered fake returns from ArtsQuest and pocketed the cash.

A preliminary hearing for an Upper Macungie woman is scheduled for Friday.

Tynesha Marie Gilmore, 20, of 5321 W. Tilghman St., allegedly entered fake returns and pocketed the cash from those fake returns, according to arrest papers filed by Det. Bradford Jones of the Bethlehem Police Department.

Gilmore worked at Bethlehem’s ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, according to court papers.

Gilmore, who is currently free on bail, will appear before before District Judge Nancy Matos-Gonzalez.


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