Karen Eames was charged with fraud and grand larceny for a total of $529,166.24. Issac Eames, her husband, is accused of acting with her.
Karen Eames, Isaac Eames’s wounded wife, was arrested on Thursday for felony grand larceny and illegal possession of stolen property. She is accused of committing the thefts alongside her husband.
Isaac took $529,166.24 from county coffers before murdering his child and hurting his wife, according to District Attorney William Fitzpatrick. In February, he committed suicide by shooting himself.
Karen Eames was charged with financial fraud and assisting her husband in committing the crime. The study is currently in progress.
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office in Syracuse conducted a news conference on Thursday stating that Karen Eames was arrested and charged with grand theft and criminal possession in the second degree.
An investigation into an attempted money transfer to a bank account shared by Karen and her husband, Isaac Eames, led to the arrest. Fans on Twitter are reacting to a racist slur on the menu of Georgia Peach Oyster Bar.
Karen Eames gained a lot of sympathy from the general public when the murder and suicide of Deputy Isaac Eames became public. After the flash of claimed involvement in Grand Larceny, the love has turned to bewilderment.
Deputy Eames, 48, killed his son Troy, 21, and injured his wife, according to Sheriff Gene Conway.
On February 7, he committed suicide at his family’s home at 4410 Riverview Road in Clay. The family’s dog was also killed by Eames.
Karen Eames told deputies about her husband’s actions after being treated for her gunshot wound.
Conway claimed on Thursday that Isaac Eames left no suicide note, made no apologies, and showed no remorse. Deputy Isaac Eames attempted to murder his entire family in February 2022, including his 21-year-old son Troy. Karen Eames, the solitary survivor, touched many people’s hearts.
However, following a comprehensive investigation, the pair appeared to have been involved in a high-profile financial swindle. The thefts reported by Isaac and Karen occurred between January 2020 and July 2021, according to Fitzpatrick.
Officials said the investigation discovered 13 transfers, with two more being identified and prevented.
According to Conway, the robberies looked to be driven by “pure avarice.” The couple made roughly $115,000 per year between their employment.