A 48-year-old Wausau man accused of falsely submitting timecards to a business he no longer worked at has pleaded not guilty to theft.
Timothy Stumborg reportedly had been employed at Marathon Electric through a temp agency. Investigators say that job ended last fall but Stumborg allegedly kept submitting payroll sheets until April 12, 2014.
The scheme reportedly paid Stumborg $22,653.36 in wages.
The criminal complaint stated Stumborg forged the signatures of three supervisors when submitting the payroll documents.
He is free on a $10,000 signature bond.
Stumborg will return to court on May 21 for a clerical court appearance.
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