The Property-Fraud Unit is responsible for prosecuting all felony property and fraud cases including burglaries, stealing, tampering with a motor vehicle, identity theft, embezzlement, forgeries, and other complex financial crimes. The goal for this unit is to review every case with a view towards holding accountable those who break the law, obtaining justice for victims and the community, and obtaining restitution for losses suffered by the victims. The Property-Fraud Unit attorneys are:
Kim joined the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office in February of 2016. She received her B.S. in Psychology, Sociology, and Criminal Justice from Drury University in 2005. Kim graduated from St. Louis University School of Law in 2010.
Alex returned to the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office in August of 2020 as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney after having previously worked from 2015 to 2017 as a paralegal assigned to the Persons Unit. Alex received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri in 2015, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri School of Law in May of 2020. As a law student, he served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Willie J. Epps, Jr., Magistrate Judge for the Western District of Missouri, worked as a research assistant for two law school professors, and participated in the University of Missouri’s Veteran’s Clinic. In addition, Alex worked for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office within the Governmental Affairs Division, where he provided legal representation to state officers and agencies, enforced disciplinary rules for state-licensed professionals, and represented the State of Missouri before the Administrative Hearing Commission.
Ciera joined the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office in August of 2022. She grew up in Southwest Missouri. In December 2018, Ciera graduated from College of the Ozarks with a degree in English. In May of 2022, she received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas. While in law school, Ciera participated in the Summer Public Service Fellowship with the Federal Public Defenders Office in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She also worked with a private general practice firm in Springdale, Arkansas, and with the Washington County Prosecutor’s Office in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Ethan joined the Greene County Prosecutor’s office in August of 2022 after graduating from law school with his J.D. from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. While in law school, Ethan served as the Chief Justice of the Honor Court, as well as Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board. Prior to this, Ethan received a B.A. in History from Drury University, followed by a M.A. in history from Missouri State University. Ethan currently works in the Community Safety Unit.
Hannah joined the Greene County Prosecution Office in August of 2022. Prior to becoming an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, she worked for the office as a Rule 13 intern during the summer of 2021. Hannah grew up in Mountain Home, Arkansas before she attended the University of Arkansas from 2015-2022. In 2019, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science. Three years later, she graduated Cum Laude with her Juris Doctorate. While in law school, Hannah clerked for Judge Brooks in the Western District of Arkansas, served as a Research Assistant, and acted as a student attorney in her school’s Defense Clinic. Hannah served in a number of leadership positions while in law school, including President of the Criminal Law Society, Caucus Chair for the Graduate and Professional Student Congress, Negotiations Chair for the Board of Advocates, and Committee Member for the Antibias and Antiracist Taskforce.