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Unformatted text preview: According to the criminal complaint, an employee of the home contacted Duluth police in January to report that Burcar, who had formerly been employed there, had been stealing money from vulnerable adult residents. A Blue Water home employee determined that Burcar allegedly had withdrawn money from the bank accounts of four of the home's clients. Burcar was the home supervisor and had a key to access the lockbox where the ATM cards of the residents were kept. On Jan. 22, a police officer contacted the home and was informed by another employee that it appeared that Burcar had taken $3,673 from one female resident's account, $2,799.50 from a man, $1,223 from a woman and $547.20 from another woman. Burcar also is accused of taking $436.91 from the Blue Water residential account without permission. Police determined that the unauthorized withdrawals allegedly took place between October 2009 and Jan. 27 of this year....
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