Government worker uses government credit card to buy suit for her dog


Kristi Goss 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A government worker was arrested on a charge of fraudulent use of a credit card after allegedly using a government credit card to pay for her personal expenses, according to police in Arkansas.

Garland County police said that they have arrested 43-year-old Kristi Goss, after being accused of charging $200,000 in personal expenses on her government issued credit card.

Goss has been charged with seven counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. If convicted, she faces up to 20 years in prison. She was booked into jail, and her bail was set at $50,000.

According to the criminal complaint, Goss worked as an administrative assistant to Garland County Judge Rick Davis. The judge noticed discrepancies on the credit card following an audit, and an investigation was launched.

Goss allegedly used the credit card to pay her personal bills and make purchases.

She bought clothes, a diamond bracelet, tickets for the Arkansas Razorbacks, school canteens, pet insurance, and a suit for her dog.