Molino Woman Delivered Cash To Domino’s Pizza, Now She’s Facing Charges, ECSO Says

May 5, 2022

A Molino woman is facing charges after she made a seemingly random delivery of cash to the Domino’s Pizza in Cantonment.

The restaurant reported that a woman, later identified as Karla Michelle Voorhees, pulled up to the restaurant’s drive-thru window and tried to drop off an envelope because an officer had told her to do so. The restaurant manager refused, but  Voorhees insisted because the credit union next door was closed. She then put the envelope in the window and drove off, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office. The manager was able to get a tag number and called deputies.

The envelope with Voorhees’ name and address on the outside contained $345, a Walmart Money receipt and a stolen debit card, deputies said.

Back in March, Voorhees and her friend gave a man a $1,500 down payment on a vehicle before going to the friend’s home on Bopeg Road. The victim said she fell asleep, and  her mother said Voorhees went into her room. When she woke up, she discovered that her Coach wallet containing her debit card and identification was missing.

The owner of the vehicle later decided not to sell and made a video as he returned the $1,500 to Voorhees to give to the victim. She never returned the money, according to an arrest report.

Voorhees also used the victim’s debit card to make multiple withdrawals totaling over $1,500, the report states.

Voorhees told the investigating deputy that she had left all of the money at Domino’s Pizza. She also stated that she did not know why she left the money at the pizza restaurant and knew that was not a smart thing to do.

She was charged with grand theft, petit theft and seven felony counts of fraudulent use of a debit card. She was released from the Escambia County Jail on a $7,000 bond.


12 Responses to “Molino Woman Delivered Cash To Domino’s Pizza, Now She’s Facing Charges, ECSO Says”

  1. Innocent until proven on May 16th, 2022 6:55 am

    Well if any really knows her they know she doesn’t not steal from people she’s lived in barrineau park her whole life. One moved a mile down the road from where she grew up at!! She’s never been one that has needed to steal from people she’s always had her own money! She was team mom at cantonment ballpark for many years, very involved with her son’s baseball team from wee ball to pony league!!! Every single year she was responsible for anywhere from 10-12:boys uniform funds, the 1200$ fundraising each team must turn into the park every season!;she a very loud opinionated comesa across rude sometimes! Been known to show out and absolutely be dead wrong and no apologies! Now she’s most definitely a loss canon! But never been dishonest or

  2. Bigpoppa on May 10th, 2022 11:36 pm

    Now thats sum methed up stuff right there!!!

  3. Nice on May 7th, 2022 8:54 am

    The PIN number is the odd thing here?

    Let’s drop that much cash off at dominos because the bank next door is closed.

    The cop told you to do that? But, you don’t know why you did it?

  4. Marilyn on May 6th, 2022 1:11 pm

    I hope she gets the help she apparently needs !

  5. Shinji on May 6th, 2022 9:06 am

    And yeah you can get cash back without a pin I do I all the time at the grocery store

  6. Phil Ware on May 5th, 2022 11:42 pm

    Since the coach wallet, was taken, maybe the owner of the stolen card, had the pin written on the card, or in that wallet. She could have bought a few gallons ⛽.

  7. Mark on May 5th, 2022 12:38 pm

    A pin “IS” needed to get cash back. You can not do it on a signature based purchase.

    How did the person get the pin? Because there are a lot of stupid people out there that write the pin number on the back of their card!

  8. Pizzamoola on May 5th, 2022 12:22 pm

    Awkwardly odd.

  9. No pin needed on May 5th, 2022 11:14 am

    A pin isn’t always needed to use a debit card, particularly when used as a credit card, which all visa and master card debit cards can be used as.

  10. Jeremy Wawa on May 5th, 2022 10:56 am

    She should of given the money to me so I can buy some more Wawa Milk.

  11. Concerned on May 5th, 2022 9:49 am

    It sounds like she needs some help!

  12. Doesn't add up on May 5th, 2022 6:27 am

    Doesn’t add up.. you are asleep, but someone comes in your room takes the debit card, is able to make withdrawals which means they need a PIN. (story didn’t say purchase with cash back which often require PIN, it said withdrawals) and if your debit card is missing why didn’t they shut it down right away? You can’t get $1500 in one business day from an atm (except maybe, possibly. USAA) there are limits on cards. So even if the woman hit the atm and used the card once the victim should have closed the card immediately when she saw it was gone or got an alert it was used. (If the victim didn’t have alerts set up she should now!) But back to the original issue of how did the woman get the PIN?

    Debit cards = cash items, people need to be responsible with them and the PIN.

    I feel more will come out about this.

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