Hillsboro woman indicted on embezzlement charges
A Hillsboro bookkeeper is facing dozens of charges after police say she embezzled thousands from a Portland business.
Yor Lisa Lor, 28, faces 58 counts of identity theft and other crimes for allegedly forging checks.
Lor — who made her first court appearance on Thursday, April 12 — is accused of embezzling $160,000 from K&F Coffee Roasters, in Portland, where Lor worked as a bookkeeper.
According to Multnomah County prosecutors, Lor wrote checks to her personal bank accounts for a year and a half between March 2016 and September 2017.
According to court documents, Lor forged the names of K&F Coffee owners on the checks, which she deposited into her bank account.
Lor was indicted by a Multnomah County grand jury Monday, April 9.
The case is being investigated by the Portland Police Bureau's White Collar Crimes Unit.
Lor faces 36 counts of identity theft, 14 counts of first-degree theft, four counts of aggravated first-degree theft and an additional four counts of aggravated identity theft.
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