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Richmondville Woman Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

Written By Editor on 4/11/14 | 4/11/14


The Schoharie County District Attorney's Office has announced that Kelly A. Garreau, aged 48, of Richmondville, New York, has pleaded guilty to Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, a Class C felony in Schoharie County Court.

According to the press release Ms. Garreau, who plead guilty on Wednesday, April 9, was indicted by a Schoharie County Grand Jury on August 28, 2013 for embezzling over $389,000.00 from local realtor Alton Makely over a period of seven years, from February 2006 through March 2013.

Sentencing has been scheduled for December 3, 2014 where she faces a maximum sentence of up to five to fifteen years in state prison. The matter was investigated by the Cobleskill Police Department with assistance from the New York State Financial Crimes Unit and the Schoharie County District Attorney's Office. 
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1 comments:

Susan said...

"Pled" guilty in both instances. Grammar and spelling matter.

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