Former Elkton Rescue treasurer charged with felony embezzlement

Published: Sep. 13, 2019 at 8:35 PM EDT
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A McGaheysville woman is accused of stealing more than $74,000 from the Elkton Emergency Rescue Squad over a span of 12 years.

Pamela Faye Monger, 51, was arrested on Monday by Virginia State Police and charged with nine felony counts of embezzlement. Investigators said she is a former treasurer for the Elkton Emergency Rescue Squad.

According to court documents, Monger stole a total of $74,845 from the rescue squad between 2005 and 2017.

In court documents, Special Agent Adam Galton with VSP said Monger wrote more than 50 checks to herself during that 12-year span.

Monger currently works as an office manager for the Harrisonburg Fire Department, according to the


WHSV reached out to the City of Harrisonburg for comment on Monger's employment status, but a spokesman declined comment on the case.

Monger appeared before a judge on Sept. 23 in general district court. Her next scheduled appearance is Nov. 19 at 9:00 a.m.

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