Former Bookkeeper at Minnesota Elevator to Plead Guilty to Stealing $88,000

The former bookkeeper at a Minnesota grain elevator that was swindled out of more than $5 million is set to enter a plea, according to a Minneapolis Star-Tribune report.

Kimberly M. Dysthe Goeden, 47, of Fergus Falls, MN is scheduled to enter a plea Monday, Aug. 3, on a felony charge of theft by swindle.

Dysthe Goeden was charged with writing checks on the account of Ashby Farmers Cooperative Elevator for more than $88,000 between 2014 and 2018, but using the money for her personal benefit.

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