Cameron is slated for sentencing on Oct. 18 in federal court in San Diego. He was fired after the company discovered the embezzlement in 2018. The company then reported the crime to law enforcement after Cameron couldn’t make promised repayments on time, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Prosecutors said he used the electronic signature of the company’s CFO when issuing the checks and concealed the payments by altering the company’s accounting records to make it appear that the checks were being issued to third-party vendors for business expenses.
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