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:
Dawn joined the Greene County Prosecutor's Office in December of 2012. In 2005, she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Saint Louis University. Dawn received a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Missouri St. Louis in 2008. In 2012, Dawn received her Juris Doctorate degree from Washington University in St. Louis. During law school, Dawn was an editor on Washington University's Journal of Law and Policy and co-founded Washington University's Criminal Law Society. Dawn completed internships at the Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office, and the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney's Office while in law school and a clinic at the Missouri State Public Defender's Office in St. Louis County. Dawn currently prosecutes drug offenses and is the prosecutor's liaison to drug court.
John joined the Greene County Prosecuting Attorney's Office in August of 2014. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, majoring in Political Science. In 2014, John received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri School of Law. In law school, John was on MU's mock trial team and was elected president of the Criminal Law Association. John has interned with the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office, the Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, and participated in MU's Criminal Prosecution Clinic with the Boone County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
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.
Ashley Twibell joined the Greene County Prosecutor's Office in February of 2014. Ashley is originally from Kansas City and received her undergraduate degree from The University of Kansas. In 2012, Ashley received her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. Prior to joining the Prosecutor’s office, Ashley worked at Legal Services of Southern Missouri here in Springfield. There, she primarily focused on family law cases and worked with the juvenile unit representing parents in abuse and neglect cases in Greene County. She also assisted with the Domestic Violence unit, aiding clients with obtaining orders of protection. Recently, Ashley was promoted to Senior Assistant in the Property/Fraud Unit. Prior to receiving this promotion, Ashley worked with the General Crimes Unit, where she managed various Associate Circuit Court Dockets and was the designated APA for all Greene County Traffic Bureau and Bad Check cases.