Three south Alabama women have been arrested and charged with first-degree theft in what Pike County District Attorney Tom Anderson is calling "the largest theft case believed to have ever been reported..." in the county. Investigators say Marjorie Beasley, of Troy, as well as Honoraville residents Karron White and Jeanette Holliday, used a scheme to steal more than $1.8 million over the last four years from Whaley Construction Company, based in Troy.

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