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Print Shop Comptroller Sentenced to 37 Months

August 25, 2014  By PrintAction Staff

The San Antonio Express News reports a local woman was sentenced last Thursday to 37 months in a U.S. Federal prison for stealing nearly $300,000 from the payroll taxes of a printing company.

Reporter Guillermo Contreras has followed the case since a Federal Grand Jury handed Monica Richardson a 14-count indictment in June 2011, which primarily centred on tax charges and payroll deceit, beginning in 2002. Richardson was a comptroller with the Watermark Group.

In June 2014, PrintAction contributing editor Victoria Gaitskell produced a cover article called Theft & Deceit after speaking with two forensic accounts and one police detective about the best ways to protect your business from employee fraud.


Read Contreras’ full coverage in the San Antonio Express News

Read Gaitskell’s PrintAction article Theft & Deciet

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