The owners of a Camdenton business are facing charges of stealing, forgery and deceptive business practice following an investigation by the Missouri Department of Revenue. According to a complaint filed, on July 6th 2021, a woman entered into a brokerage agreement with the owners of BJ Marine, to sell her boat, trailer and motor. The business told the woman that they sold the boat, motor, and trailer for $48-thousand in August. The statement alleges that a check was sent to the victim in the amount of $40-thousand and when she attempted to cash it there was a hold on the check. Vicki Dehahn is accused of forging documents selling the boat, motor, and trailer to BJ Marine, and then Vicki and John Dehahn sold the boat and motor to a man from Lake Ozark, forging a bill of sale and kept the trailer. The Dehahns are accused of working in concert to enter into an agreement to sell the boat, motor, and trailer, fraudulently selling the boat, and motor, and then stealing the money and keeping the trailer.