Former City Hall Employee Found Guilty
A former Windsor city hall employee has been found guilty of defrauding the city.
The trial for Angela Berry, who worked as a financial analyst for the city, began back in June and wrapped up Monday with the judge finding her guilty of fraud.
Justice Bruce Thomas ruled, 'in looking at the totality of the evidence, the evidence presented through Ms. Berry is rejected.'
She was charged after issuing a series of cheques, which she benefited from, in 2014 and 2015 totaling $38,647.
She used to be a city auditor but took a stress leave.
When she returned to work in 2013, she was given the position in the Parks and Forestry Department as an analyst.
City solicitor Shelby Askin-Hagar did not want to comment on the decision saying there is on-going litigation between Berry and the city.
Berry will be sentenced in November.