Bookkeeper’s Parole In Jeopardy



A revocation of parole hearing is set May 13 for bookkeeper Alyce Letisha Biggs, 44. (Photo by Wikimedia Commons)

By Michael P. Neufeld

COURT LogoSan Bernardino, CA – The parole of the 44-year-old bookkeeper charged recently with grand theft and embezzlement involving a Lake Arrowhead rental agency is in potential jeopardy. Alyce Tisha Biggs returns to court at 8:30 a.m. in Department S-17 on Monday, May 13, for a probation revocation hearing related to her previous conviction on a single felony count of fraud to obtain insurance at a reduced rate and a second felony count of grand theft of property over $400. The plea bargain also included a felony conviction for a false, fraudulent or unfiled tax return.

Biggs, former owner of Tisha Biggs & Company in Cedar Glen, was originally charged on April 24, 2006, with 77 criminal counts for defrauding the state worker’s compensation system, defrauding clients of insurance premiums, embezzling funds from clients, committing workers’ compensation insurance premiums fraud and payroll tax evasion.

On May 10, 2010, Judge James Dorr granted 60 months of supervised probation for all charges and admonished Biggs to violate no laws. That probation is scheduled to terminate in May 2015, according to court documents.


On Monday, April 8, Biggs was arrested after being accused of taking cash receipts over the past year in excess of $100,000 from AAA Resort Rentals, Inc.

She is scheduled to appear in court on that charge on Monday, May 20, at 8:30 a.m. in Department S-23.

Bail was originally set at $50,000 and has since been raised to $1,015,000, according to court documents. She remains in custody at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga.






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