In April 2019 Greenwich Police began an investigation into a report from a local business on Riverside Ave in Riverside that the office manager had been cashing business checks without authorization.
During investigation the office manager, Rachel Rene Keyes, 36, of Copper Sq Dr in Bethel, CT, provided officers with misleading information.
Police obtained a warrant for Keyes’ arrest and on August 5, 2019 she surrendered to Greenwich Police.
Keyes was charged with Forgery 2, Larceny 2, Interfering with an Officer and Identity Theft 1. Her bond was set at $50,000. She has a date in Stamford Superior Court on August 19, 2019.
An internet search turns up a similar arrest by warrant for Keyes in July 2015 when she was allegedly stealing money from her Westport employer and using it to purchase a computer for her personal use. She also allegedly cashed a check that had been written to another employee. She was charged with Larceny 4, Illegal Use of Credit Card and Receipt of Money/Goods By Illegal Use of Credit Card. A search of the Judicial Branch website reveals no conviction.