DAVIS - A former UC Davis employee surrendered Thursday on charges of felony embezzlement in connection with her work at the university's William M. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, campus police announced.
Emily Ramos of Woodland surrendered at the Yolo County Jail at 10 a.m., police said. She was released after posting a bond for $20,000 in bail.
Police said Ramos is accused of 38 counts of embezzlement; she is due for arraignment in Superior Court on June 24.
Ramos was employed as a pharmacy technician at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital from July 2001 until December 2010, when she left university employment. She allegedly stole pet medications from the pharmacy and resold them.