She used them to make unauthorized purchases and cash withdrawals for herself, authorities said. Between May 2016 and September 2018, Wehde was employed by Stone Care of Texas when she obtained company credit cards that had been issued in the names of former employees for business-related travel, FBI investigators said. JBeltran@express-news.net
“Today’s prison sentence reflects the seriousness of the defendant’s breach of her employer’s trust and she is now being held accountable for her crime,” said Ashley C. Hoff, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas. On ExpressNews.com: Woman pleads guilty to stealing more than $470,000 from Schertz company
In July, Wehde pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft. Garcia also ordered Wehde, 48, to be placed on supervised release for three years after her prison term. She also has to pay $471,006.30 in restitution.
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