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Recent Posts in embezzlement Category

  • Boulder Charity's Funds Allegedly Embezzled by Bookkeeper

    A bookkeeper at Impact on Education, a Boulder, Colorado-based charity, was arrested January 22, 2011, and charged with forgery and embezzlement of at least $160,000 of the charity’s funds. According to Boulder police, she forged more than 60 checks over several years. She remains in jail in lieu of $100,000 bail. The charity’s website says Impact on Education (then The Foundation for Boulder ...
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  • California Federal Court Dismisses Investors' Lawsuit Against SEC for Madoff Losses

    Judge Stephen Victor Wilson, U.S. District Judge in the Central District of California, on April 20, 2010, dismissed a complaint filed by persons who claim they were defrauded by Bernard Madoff’s pyramid scheme. The investors’ complaint alleges that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) woefully failed to discover Madoff’s scheme long before Madoff confessed that he was running a pyramid ...
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  • Former Boulder, Colorado Bookkeeper Given a Two-Year Jail Sentence

    Amber Turner, a 30-year old mother of one and a former Boulder, Colorado bookkeeper at Boulder-based Precision Phototonics, was sentenced on February 25, 2010, by a Boulder County judge to a 2-year jail sentence for stealing about $230,000 from her employer from early 2007 to the middle of 2008. Turner apparently spent the money on such items as ski passes, a Mercedes-Benz, lingerie, cruises, ...
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