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Thursday, February 10, 2011

St. Marys Woman Charged With Stealing

Feds: Woman Embezzled About $1 Million

A St. Marys woman accused of embezzling nearly a million dollars from her employer has been indicted by a federal grand jury.

49-year-old Sandra Ann Prechtel is charged with mail fraud and theft in connection with incidents between 2002 and 2007 when she worked at Abbott Furnace Company. She accused of stealing more than $970,000.

Prechtel also allegedly evaded the payment of income taxes by failing to report as income the money she stole in 2004, 2005 and 2006.

The charges carry a maximum possible sentence of 135 years in prison and a fine of $2,250,000.

14 comments :

Andy said...

Dang it...if she had reported the money she stole they wouldn't have got her for tax evasion...what a dummy!!!

Anonymous said...

too bad she'll only get 5 years in jail possibly.

Anonymous said...

Read that 3rd paragraph again, then think about what it's saying! Duh!

Anonymous said...

The women should do time for her crime,but possible 135 years are they serious. people who murder and rape don't get that much time. What kind of a justice system do we have.

Anonymous said...

IF SHE IS IN PRISON HOW IS SHE SUPPOSED TO PAY THE FINE;;

Anonymous said...

lt's all bull shit!!come on John Riggs and his famliy in coudersport
did't get that much time and he embezzled more money and that..

Anonymous said...

Don't screw with the IRS - Al Capone...

Anonymous said...

She should do time, but 135 years? Child molesters only get a few months.... Our legal system is SERIOUSLY flawed!!!!!

Anonymous said...

She won`t get more then 5 years... I`ve seen it all before in liberty twp

Anonymous said...

I am a CPA and tax law requires someone to report all income even if it is acquired illegally. This even applies to drug dealers. Someone above mentioned Al Capone. This law is exactly what was applied to his prosecution. The DA decided it would be easier to prove tax evasion than all of the other illegal activity so that's what he went to prison for.

Anonymous said...

Silly crook. Doesn't she know only the former cable system owners here can try to get away with something like this crime and even get the locals to defend their actions?

Anonymous said...

How come it took so long for the Abbott Furnace Company to miss that much money? Geez, I know when I am off 5 bucks!

Anonymous said...

come on maybe she was trying to feed her family.there was a couple
from ulysses that was drug dealers
they got welfare..and got a slap on the hand.and found lots of cash
in there home.where is the justice

Anonymous said...

From the movie "Office Space"...
Peter Gibbons: [Explaining the plan] Alright so when the sub routine compounds the interest is uses all these extra decimal places that just get rounded off. So we simplified the whole thing, we rounded them all down, drop the remainder into an account we opened.
Joanna: [Confused] So you're stealing?
Peter Gibbons: Ah no, you don't understand. It's very complicated. It's uh it's aggregate, so I'm talking about fractions of a penny here. And over time they add up to a lot.
Joanna: Oh okay. So you're gonna be making a lot of money, right?
Peter Gibbons: Yeah.
Joanna: Right. It's not yours?
Peter Gibbons: Well it becomes ours.
Joanna: How is that not stealing?
Peter Gibbons: [pauses] I don't think I'm explaining this very well.
Joanna: Okay.
Peter Gibbons: Um... the 7-11. You take a penny from the tray, right?
Joanna: From the cripple children?
Peter Gibbons: No that's the jar. I'm talking about the tray. You know the pennies that are for everybody?
Joanna: Oh for everybody. Okay.
Peter Gibbons: Well those are whole pennies, right? I'm just talking about fractions of a penny here. But we do it from a much bigger tray and we do it a couple a million times.

Yeah- Obviously she didn't get the memo about the TPS reports... Psh.