This woman’s pet pug needed a tuxedo, so she used public money to pay for it



Using public money to buy your own personal items is a serious crime but that didn’t stop this dog-owner from using a public credit card to buy her pet pug a brand-new tuxedo. 

Kristi Goss, a former administrative assistant to Garland County judge Rick Davis, was due to go on trial this week. She has admitted fraudulent use of a credit card. 

The investigation started in July after an auditor noticed discrepancies on a Garland County credit card in May, KATV reported

Authorities accused Goss of making $200,000 in personal charges to the card, some of which date back to 2012.  Read more…

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