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ADP employee indicted for defrauding 18 clients

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A woman accused of using her insider knowledge to steal more than $200,000 from her employer’s clients in just a few months has been indicted on federal charges.

A federal grand jury returned an indictment accusing Danyelle Allison Logan of wire fraud and aggravated identity theft, crimes that allegedly occurred while she worked for Automatic Data Processing in 2020.

According to the indictment, Logan worked at ADP as a client service representative from February through November 2020. Her duties included adding employees’ data to clients’ payrolls, and processing clients’ payrolls.

Logan is accused of defrauding 18 clients by calling other ADP employees and impersonating clients’ payroll managers to add fake employees to the clients’ payrolls from July to September 2020.

In all Logan is accused of defrauding ADP clients of $224,201, according to the indictment. She faces 15 counts of wire fraud and five counts of aggravated identity fraud.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. I often wonder how much of this goes on – undetected – in our local ARC government. You know, the one where employees can write their own checks and commissioners can run their own politically orientated recreation centers funded by our tax dollars. I don’t agree with John that we need across the board forensic audits. But it appears we definitely need to put the fiscal magnifying glass to the SPLOST funds.

    • Sorry, but John is correct. It will never happen, because “some” do not want the light turned on. You said it in your second sentence, and yet you say that John is wrong….

      Starting with a FULL audit of the Finance Department policies and procedures. A P&P overhaul should be completed, such that GAAP is followed. Had this been in place, with an agreed upon minimum, Mayor Davis’ lack of matching receipts, would’ve never occurred. AND, this must be an EXTERNAL audit, outside of the control of ARC. Outside “consultants” are hired, so should the auditors.

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