Tenting World Embezzler Surrenders To Joliet Police: Cops

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JOLIET, IL — A 58-year-old woman accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from the Camping World store in Braidwood, off Interstate 55, will not serve time in the Will County Jail pending her criminal trial at the courthouse of Will County begins.

On Thursday, according to Joliet police, Kelly Kapsalis posted $10,000 cash bail in connection with her arrest warrant on charges of continuing a financial crime business, theft and counterfeiting.

Joliet Police said Kapsalis was arrested without incident after she turned herself in to Joliet Police.

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On the same day, the Braidwood Police Department posted a news story on their Facebook page showing that officers had received a report as early as February 22 alleging that Camping World employee Kapsalis had stolen money from the stole business.

Kapsalis worked at Camping World as the finance manager of the Braidwood company.

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On Wednesday, after an eight-month criminal investigation, Braidwood police received a warrant to arrest Kapsalis on the three counts, and her bail was set at $100,000 by a Will County judge.

“During the course of this eight-month investigation, an undisclosed amount of money was seized,” the Braidwood Police Department said.

Kapsalis lives in Reddick, a tiny village in Kankakee County.

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Camping World’s embezzler surrenders to Joliet police: Cops

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