Coralville man accused of receiving $2,000 in forged work orders


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A Coralville man has been accused of receiving more than $2,000 from the Marriott Hotel after forging work orders.

Chad Pommert, 34, was charged June 2008 to October 2008 with tampering with records, forgery, and second-degree theft.

According to an Iowa City police complaint, Pommert was employed by Labor Ready and during his time there, forged 26 different work orders. The work orders were allegedly signed by an “authorized” signature, but the signature was reportedly not authentic.

Four different signatures were used on the work orders. According to the complaint, the signatures did not match the ones on file.

Pommert allegedly acted with his wife because both their names were on the work orders and both received funds they were not entitled to.

Pommert received $2,120.99 in pay for work he had never done, the police complaint said.

Tampering with records is an aggravated misdemeanor. Forgery is an aggravated misdemeanor. Second-degree theft is a Class-D felony.

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