An employee with the state Family and Social Services Administration was fined for selling Mary Kay products during work hours, as well as doing work for her husband’s business.
Investigators say that Cari Hercamp works in the Indinapolis FSSA office and used her state email address to conduct personal business on over 60 occasions.
Hercamp admitted to the accusations.
Under the Indiana Code of Ethics, state employees can't use state materials, funds, property or equipment for any purpose other than for official state business unless they receive permission to do so.
Hercamp agreed to pay a fine of $200 and still has her job.