Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves

Going to the slammer for grand theft and forgery


In the small community of Blackfoot, Idaho, 58-year-old Jolene Flores was sentenced to 2 to 8 years in state prison for grand theft and forgery in the amount of $25,000. Complete details are not currently available (at this posting) as to how the crime was committed, but grand theft is considered stealing a large sum, though in comparison to the usual Crime Divas this amount is far less. And forgery is usually connected to producing an unauthorized signature (item) with intent to deceive.

I selected this crime story because the forgery crime had not been mentioned in previous posts, however I would venture to say that most white-collar crime have some element of forgery involved in some way.



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