Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
According to the criminal complaint, Ms. Polar worked as a paralegal for a Newport Beach law firm.” Allegedly, Ms. Polar stole a check for more than $19,500 made payable to the law firm she worked for. She and Ms. Pabello removed the payee’s name and the amount of the check, remarked the check with Pabello’s name, then changed the check amount to more than $285,000. These girls then used the money to charter a private jet to fly themselves and several friends to New York City, rent five rooms at a hotel in Times Square and purchase items from Tiffany & Co. and Montblanc. They hadn’t had enough fun, so they allegedly obtained cashier checks in the amounts of $100,000 and $33,000 from the fraudulently obtained funds to lease and/or purchase a $3.7 million, 11,000-square-foot house in Murrieta.
Of course, the receiving bank stopped the checks and the game or fun was over.
Girls this was too much of a bad situation. Your actions were begging for prison. There’s nothing wrong with having fun but at your own expense. They have no ideal the trouble and mess you have gotten yourselves into.
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