Employment is very scarce and sometimes we do something out of the ordinary and out of necessity to get something extra from where we work. Your boss would probably commend you for going the extra mile in regards to your job.
Unless you mess up your company’s finances and try to kill your boss twice in a single day.
A thirty-nine-year-old individual named Linda Renae Williams, was arrested last month after it was discovered she was trying to hide a fraud scheme by attempting to take the life of her supervisor.
Williams worked as an accountant at the law firm Scruggs, Carmichael & Wershow and was confronted by Schulz-Seelbach about the firm’s finances being out of order. As the criminal complaint claims, Williams tried to hit Elizabeth Schulz-Seelbach. She attempted to hit her former boss with a car before stabbing her an hour later. Williams left the company shortly after feeling upset about the “accusation” that led to this terrible incident.
Williams drove to her supervisor’s home and took the opportunity to drive towards her vehicle in a potential head-on collision. Not long after the incident, Williams waited for Schulz-Seelbach to arrive at the office and asked if she could speak with her in an office. This may have been something that her supervisor saw to calmly and peacefully settle the incident and the prior “accusation”, however, Williams pulled out a five-inch fillet knife and stabbed her several times in the neck.
Fraud Schemes are a serious matter and mixing it with violence doesn’t really atone for your previous mistakes. Playing your cards fair might be tedious, but it’s honest work.