Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Wow, there’s that word again, ‘misapplication,’ – misapplying funds that do not belong to you handle your personal affairs. Interesting, does that word ‘ misapplication’ make it sounds less criminal, as oppose to ‘stealing or theft’? Perhaps the more sophisticated we become, the more imaginative we become.
Today’s CrimeDivas, Kathaleen Prince, 62, of Van Nuys was convicted and sentenced to 41 months in a federal prison for ‘misapplication’ of over $700,000 from a federally funded foster center known as the Inner Circle Foster Family Agency.
You probably guessed, she was the bookkeeper and accountant. Ms. Prince was writing checks to herself and her creditors to pay, seven years, for her personal bills, including a houseboat where she lived. The FBI did a probe, as you know something must have tipped them off, because you don’t go looking for trouble unless a red flag pops up.
Are we getting the message out there, ‘do not steal, take, misapply funds, scam, or commit a white-collar crime, etc., unless you want to be a slave to the state or federal prison system. I would like to encourage you to tell someone to check this blog site out. You never know who’s committing a white-collar crime or may be thinking about it. Let’s help make a difference together. Also, get a T-Shirt and help start a conversation.
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