MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The previous govt director of a profession schooling program in Alabama faces as much as 10 years in jail after pleading responsible to embezzling cash and failing to ship staff’ payroll taxes to the IRS.
Federal prosecutors introduced Friday that Doris Gilmore, 61, entered the plea yesterday in Montgomery. Sentencing is ready for Aug. 10.
Underneath an settlement with prosecutors, Gilmore admitted to embezzling funds from the Affiliation for Profession and Technical Training in 2020 and failing to ship payroll taxes withheld in the course of the first quarter of 2022, AL.com reported.
Gilmore’s crimes resulted in a virtually $3 million loss for this system, stated Sandra J. Stewart, U.S. lawyer for the Center District of Alabama, which incorporates Montgomery.
Between 2020 and 2022, the profession schooling program acquired federal grant cash by varied Alabama companies.
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