Two women accused of stealing tax information and tax returns from as many as 60 clients of an H&R Block location in Indiana will remain in federal custody.
"We are very disappointed that the judge didn't release her on bond today. She's got two very young kids that their grandmother's looking after right now," said Sean Harrison, Foster's Attorney.
Harrison said he doesn't believe there is strong evidence linking his client to this crime.
Foster works for H&R Block in East Chicago and had access to all of the clients' personal information, such as Social Security numbers, addresses and wages, according to a criminal complaint.