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  Wells Fargo fires employee for '72 shoplifting conviction
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Last EditedRP  May 07, 2012 08:57am
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AuthorTom Murray
News DateMonday, May 7, 2012 02:30:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionA Milwaukee woman is now unemployed after Wells Fargo, her employer, discovered she committed a crime more than 40 years ago.

Yolanda Quesada was fired when a background check revealed she shoplifted in 1972.

"[I'm] very good at what I do for Wells Fargo," Quesada says.

Quesada says she was a good employee, and has the pins, certificates and photos to prove it. But her supervisor walked her out the door last week after more than five years of service at Wells Fargo.
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