Two Arrested For Embezzlement At North Carolina Dental Office

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — An embezzlement case in Brunswick County has finally come to an end.

This week two women pleaded guilty to charges from 2012.

While they were working at the Tidewater Dental Office in Calabash, they stole more than $100,000 over the course of a few years.

Jada Atkinson (above, left) and April Winch pleaded guilty yesterday.

Assistant District Attorney Daniel Thurston says Atkinson will serve 30 days in jail time with five years of probation. She has to pay back $10,000 in criminal restitution and $104,000 in civil restitution. Winch was sentenced to 100 hours of community service and three to five years of probation. She will have to pay back $1,000 in criminal restitution and $109,000 in civil.


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County Court Details

Records shown on this page may not refer to the same individual, and may or may not pertain to the same charge.

Full Name: Jada Atkinson

Record Date:

Location: Southport

Record Date

04 November 2013

Full Name

Jada Atkinson

Age

46

DOB

June, 1970

County Name

Brunswick County

Address

1741 Salisbury Rd, Southport, NC 28461

Source

NC Admin Office of Courts demographic criminal

Charges Filed Date

04 November 2013

Case Number

09013003957CRS

Disposition

UNKNOWN

 

Full Name: Jada Willoughby Atkinson

Record Date:

Location: Southport

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Full Name: Jada Willoughby Atkinson

Record Date:

Location: Southport

Record Date

17 May 2012

Full Name

Jada Willoughby Atkinson

Age

46

DOB

June, 1970

County Name

Brunswick County

Address

1741 Salisbury Rd, Bsl, Southport, NC 28461

Source

NC Admin Office of Courts demographic criminal

Charges Filed Date

17 May 2012

Case Number

09012052242CR

Disposition

UNKNOWN

 

Full Name: Jada Willoughby Atkinson

Record Date:

Location: Southport

Record Date

31 January 2011

Full Name

Jada Willoughby Atkinson

Age

46

DOB

June, 1970

County Name

Brunswick County

Address

1741 Salisbury Rd, Rd, Southport, NC 28461

Source

NC Admin Office of Courts demographic infractions

Charges Filed Date

31 January 2011

Case Number

09011700343IF

Disposition

UNKNOWN

 

CONSPIRACY

Full Name: Jada Atkinson

Record Date: 01 June 2007

Location: Brunswick County

Charge

CONSPIRACY

Record Date

UNKNOWN

Full Name

Jada Atkinson

Age

46

DOB

June, 1970

County Name

Brunswick County

Source

NC Dept of Corrections Supervision

Offense Description

CONSPIRACY

Offense Date

01 June 2007

Case Number

13003957

Case Type

FELON

Disposition

NOLO CONTENDRE

County Court Details

Records shown on this page may not refer to the same individual, and may or may not pertain to the same charge.

Full Name: April Ferris Winch

Record Date:

Location: Southport

Record Date

13 July 2012

Full Name

April Ferris Winch

Age

52

DOB

October, 1963

County Name

Brunswick County

Address

1741 Salisbury Rd, Southport, NC 28461

Source

NC Admin Office of Courts demographic criminal

Charges Filed Date

13 July 2012

Case Number

09012053432CR

Disposition

UNKNOWN

 

Full Name: April Ferris Winch

Record Date:

Location: Southport

Record Date

20 April 2010

Full Name

April Ferris Winch

Age

52

DOB

October, 1963

County Name

Brunswick County

Address

35 Redwood Bsl Rd, Southport, NC 28461

Source

NC Admin Office of Courts Demographic Infractions

Charges Filed Date

20 April 2010

Case Number

64010702722IF

Disposition

UNKNOWN

 

Full Name: April Ferris Winch

Record Date:

Location: Oak Island

Record Date

UNKNOWN

Full Name

April Ferris Winch

Age

52

DOB

October, 1963

County Name

Brunswick County

Address

101 NE 72nd St, Oak Island, NC 28465

Source

NC Admin Office of Courts demographic criminal

Offense Code

Citation No:C2139000

Case Number

59090018566CR

Disposition

UNKNOWN

 

EMBEZZLEMENT

Full Name: April Ferris Winch

Record Date: 01 June 2007

Location: Brunswick County

Charge

EMBEZZLEMENT

Record Date

UNKNOWN

Full Name

April Ferris Winch

Age

52

DOB

October, 1963

County Name

Brunswick County

Source

NC Dept of Corrections Supervision

Offense Description

EMBEZZLEMENT

Offense Date

01 June 2007

Case Number

13003962

Case Type

FELON

Disposition

NOLO CONTENDRE

Disposition Date

06 August 2014

Conviction Date

06 August 2014

 

 

Disposition Date

06 August 2014

Conviction Date

06 August 2014

 

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When Dentists Behave Badly — North Carolina dentist involved in sex for drugs trade found bound and tied in bed.


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 Warrant: Dentist traded drugs for sexual favors

SALISBURY, N.C. —
A Salisbury dentist found bound and strangled in his bed had been prescribing drugs to young women in exchange for sexual favors, according to search warrants.

Detectives wrote in the warrant that Dr. James David Boyd, 47, made personal appointments at his office to prescribe the drugs, mainly to young females, WSOC-TV in Charlotte reported Tuesday.

The warrant said Boyd planned to meet with Candice Drye, 23, of Mocksville last week, "for the purpose of obtaining prescription narcotics, money and alcoholic beverages in exchange for sexual favors."

Drye is one of three people charged with murder in Boyd’s death. Also are charged are Jonathan Barnett, 18, and Christoper Boyd, 21, who are cousins. Christopher Boyd is not related to the victim.

The victim’s body was found Thursday morning by one of his employees who went to his home to check on him after he didn’t arrived at work. Boyd was found in his bed with his hands and feet bound, and a cord wrapped around his neck.

A spokeswoman for the state Attorney General’s Office said the State Bureau of Investigation had been investigating Boyd for diverting prescription drugs for illegal use. Spokeswoman Noelle Talley said the investigation began June 12 and ended with Boyd’s death.

An answering machine picked up at the home of a Dr. James Boyd in Salisbury on Tuesday but was disconnected when a reporter identified herself.

Murder suspect says dentist traded for sex

One of three people charged in the slaying of Dr. James David Boyd told the police she met with the dentist at his office last week to exchange sex for money, drugs and alcohol.

Candice Jo Drye also told the police she wasn’t the only person who performed sex acts with Boyd in exchange for prescription drugs, according to an affidavit Salisbury police Detective J.D. Barber filed Friday and which was made public Tuesday. The statement names no one else.

Several witnesses, who also weren’t named in Barber’s statement, told investigators that Boyd “made personal appointments at his office without the knowledge of his office staff, and that these appointments were made for prescribing narcotics in exchange for sexual favors, mainly to young females.”

Also released Tuesday were copies of search warrants from Boyd’s office, on Statesville Boulevard in Salisbury, and in the same building as his dentist wife’s.

Among the items police took from the office: a blue plastic vibrator; 10 unused condoms; an empty plastic Nikolai vodka bottle; a Food Lion receipt for beer; a camcorder and videocassette tapes; and four notes with names and numbers, including Drye’s.

It’s unclear how Drye or the other two suspects knew the dentist. Drye’s relatives have told the Observer she was not a patient of Boyd’s but had visited his office, where he prescribed hydrocodone for her. Hydrocodone is a common but potentially habit-forming painkiller.

Police Chief Mark Wilhelm said Tuesday that last week, after Boyd’s body was discovered, he received a call from a woman who told him her daughter was a patient of James Boyd’s three years ago. The woman said that after her daughter’s dental visit, Boyd called her several times and invited her to his home, Wilhelm said.

No police report was filed, and Wilhelm said the department didn’t receive any complaints about Boyd when he was alive.

The N.C. State Board of Dental Examiners, which investigates complaints about dentists, never took any disciplinary action against Boyd, said Terry Friddle, the board’s deputy operations officer, who handles such investigations. Boyd had been a licensed dentist in good standing since June 1986, Friddle said.

Drye, 23, Jonathan Barnett, 18, and Christopher Boyd, 21, remained in the Rowan County jail without bond Tuesday, charged with James Boyd’s murder. Christopher Boyd is not related to the dentist. Barnett and Christopher Boyd are cousins.

A co-worker of James Boyd’s found his body at about 8:30 a.m. Thursday. Boyd, 47, had been strangled. He was in bed, with his feet and hands tied with electrical cord and his hands tied to the bed.

Boyd’s funeral was held Tuesday, with hundreds packing Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Salisbury.

Drye’s stepmother has told the Observer that Drye met Boyd at his office Wednesday night, then went to his home for drinks. At 4:19 the next morning, police pulled over a white Chevrolet pickup truck containing Drye, Barnett and Christopher Boyd. Police won’t say what they believe happened between Wednesday night and the traffic stop and have not established what time James Boyd died, Wilhelm said.

North Carolina office manager sentenced to 3-4 years prison, pay restitution in embezzlement

guy williamsEx-office manager sentenced to prison, pay restitution in embezzlement case

Wednesday, December 16th 2015, 12:38 pm ADT Sunday, December 20th 2015, 12:37 pm ADT By: WECT StaffCONNECT Guy Williams (Content retrieved from New Hanover Co. Jail)WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) –

Guy Williams, a former office administrator with Wilmington Plastic Surgery, was sentenced to prison Wednesday and ordered to pay restitution after pleading guilty to embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from the medical practice.

Former Wilmington Plastic Surgery administrator faces judge for embezzlement charges

Williams was sentenced to 3-4 years in prison, 60 months of probation, and ordered to pay $69,000 in restitution as well as $1,000 in court costs.

Three employees of Wilmington Plastic Surgery took the stand Wednesday to let the court and Williams know how much damage he caused. Dr. Jeff Church said Williams started stealing before he was even hired.

Williams got into a car accident shortly before he joined the practice, and once he was hired, charged his rental car to the company credit card, as well as a $4,000 down payment on his new car. Church said the spending sky-rocketed from there.

Williams spent more than half a million dollars on first class plane tickets to Paris for he and his wife, traffic tickets, delinquent taxes, his daughter’s sweet sixteen party, renovations to his home, and more.

Church said his firm has endured a lot of pain from William’s betrayal and his practice is ready for the closure.”We’re doctors, we want to take care of people, and the time and the effort we had to put into this really made double duty for us to do that, but we didn’t compromise our patient care and we took care of this,” Church said.

Williams started managing the plastic surgery office in 2007 before being fired in 2014, and later arrested.Warrants say Williams stole nearly $400,000 and forged a check for $200,000 with a doctor’s name.Williams faced a judge last year for two counts of embezzling more than or equal to $100,000, two counts of embezzlement, and one count of forgery of endorsement.

According to court officials, he pleaded guilty to 16 counts of embezzlement and one count of forgery of endorsement earlier this month as part of a negotiated plea.

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Embezzlement Guilty Plea Nets Prison, $350,000 Repayment for Wife of Former North Carolina Police Chief; Chief also Charged

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John Chappell, Special to The Pilot

Allison McKenzie, 38, the wife of former town Police Chief Chris McKenzie, pleaded guilty to 77 counts of embezzlement in Superior Court before Judge John O. Craig III and a courtroom full of her supporters.

“You are pleading guilty to 77 counts of embezzlement, and the maximum possible punishment — an amount I could not give you if I wanted to — is 2,310 months or somewhere around 170 some years,” Craig told her. “Are you in fact guilty of these charges?”

“Yes, I am,” she said.

Assistant District Attorney Peter Strickland called SBI Agent Andrew Pappas, who testified of an investigation that uncovered years of deception and theft from her former employer, Pinehurst dentist Dr. G.R. Horton, between early 2005 and June of 2011.

Over the years, according to the investigation, patients were encouraged to pay in cash or offered big discounts to do so, which McKenzie then pocketed. Cash amounts not deposited grew until the business itself was in financial danger. Horton’s own financial situation plummeted.

“We’ve had to borrow money and extend ourselves to keep the business going,” Horton said. “We borrowed against our house personally. We haven’t put anything away toward retirement for some years now.”

After his wife discovered the thefts, all that changed.

“I was hurt, felt a little violated. It was a pretty sad day. End of a relationship and the beginning of this,” he said. “After the initial shock, it explained a lot of issues. We are still fighting our way out of it. Sometimes you say ‘She should be in jail for a long time.’ Sometimes ‘I want my money.’”

Defense attorney Michael Rowland asked Horton if he’d give Allison McKenzie a chance to make restitution.

“Sure, if I believed it serious and doable,” the dentist said. “I have no interest in her suffering at all.”

In court, testimony showed McKenzie used the money over the years on personal items such as clothes and family trips to the beach and mountains.

A former teacher, a neighbor, and an employer each told how the McKenzies had reformed their lives. Rowland read a letter she’d written the Hortons.

“I am so sorry for the hurt I caused you and your family. You were both so good to me, gave me a wonderful career,” she said. “It makes me sick I was so lost on such a dark path. I use this experience to build bridges. My girls have been exposed to a dreadful situation and have learned to be better people. With my last breath I will be trying to make this situation right.”

Rowland told the court he had $50,000 from friends and family in his trust account as a start on restitution.

Strickland said there needed to be rehabilitation, needed to be restitution, but also there needed to be some prison time.

Craig faced a dilemma: prison would mean slim chances of repayment.

“Does the victim want an active sentence?” he mused, and asked, “My question is, if I were to give her a string of active sentences do you think that would assist Dr. Horton? … What if prison makes the family even more destitute?”

The judge turned to the dentist for help.

“Dr Horton do you want me to put this defendant in prison for any length of time?” Craig asked. “You understand it will probably make it harder to pay you.”

“Restitution is my key, whatever serves that…” the dentist replied after some thought. “I go back and forth on this. I am never going to be made whole, the way I look at it. I am having a difficult time. I don’t sit around wanting Allison to suffer. … I have no interest in making her suffer.”

Craig consolidated the 77 counts into 25 for sentencing and found mitigating factors.

“Dr. Horton, I too have gone back and forth on this,” the judge said. “I think she is truly remorseful. Part of me wants to give her a suspended sentence … and place her on probation, (but) sentencing has to be used as a deterrent. There are consequences for committing felonies like this, particularly when they go over a long period of time.”

In the end, Craig sentenced McKenzie to up to five months in prison, 60 months probation and ordered her to repay $300,000 — a minimum of $500 a month — in addition to the $50,000 already collected.

Probation officers may increase that upon review of her financial situation.

“Ms. McKenzie, you know that I could have put you in prison essentially for the rest of your life,” Craig said. “I am trying to be merciful because of what these ladies said on your behalf. I want you to spend the next few months in the prison system so you get a taste of it so that you will never want to return.”

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Embezzlement by former police chief leads to felony charges

 The ex-police chief of Carthage, North Carolina, has been charged with felony embezzlement after it was discovered that he used the town’s credit card to pay for personal expenses.

According to WRAL-TV, Chris McKenzie was indicted by a grand jury for embezzlement, and resigned from his position in 2011 after the illegal activity was revealed. After he left the police department, the city of Carthage conducted an accounts payable audit, but found there had been no further instances of misappropriation. In an unrelated case, his wife, Allison McKenzie, has also been charged with similar counts. She is accused of stealing more than $350,000 from the dentist’s office where she worked for many years, states the news source.

In May and July of last year, investigators allege that McKenzie used Carthage’s credit card to buy unauthorized personal goods, reports The Pilot. He is accused of taking a city gasoline key in order to fill the gas tanks for his personal vehicles. As for his wife, she is charged with collecting cash payments from the patients of her former employer and failing to deposit the amounts, instead using the money to purchase personal items.


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MCKENZIE, ALLISON MCKENZIE Booking Details

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  Offender Information
ALLISON R MCKENZIE
Offender Number: 1383172
Inmate Status: INACTIVE
Probation/Parole/Post Release Status: ACTIVE
Gender: FEMALE
Race: WHITE
Ethnic Group: EUROPEAN/N.AM./AUSTR
Birth Date: 09/25/1974
Age: 41
Probation/Parole Office: DISTRICT 192 UNIT F
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  Name(s) Of Record
Last Name Suffix First Name Middle Name Name Type
MCKENZIE ALLISON R COMMITTED
MCKENZIE ALLISON RILEY COMMITTED
  Most Recent Incarceration Summary
Incarceration Status: INACTIVE Total Incarceration Term: 5 MONTHS
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 Projected Release Date: 12/20/2013
Primary Crime: EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) Primary Crime Type: FELON
Special Characteristics: REGULAR Current Status: N/A
Admission Date: 08/13/2013 Admitting Location: NC CI WOMEN
Control Status: REGULAR POPULATION Next Control Review: UNKNOWN
Custody Classification: MINIMUM 1 Next Custody Review: 04/01/2014
Current Location: MOORE COUNTY Previous Location: NORTH PIEDMONT CCW
Last Movement : EXPIRATION Last Movement Date: 12/20/2013
Escapes?: N
  Offender Sentence History
Most Recent Period of Incarceration Record
Sentence Number: BA-001 Commitment Type: INMATE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Service Status: EXPIRED Sentence Begin Date: 08/12/2013
Actual Release Date: 12/20/2013
Punishment Type: ACTIVE SS Projected Release Date: 12/20/2013
Sentence Type 1: DEPT OF CORR DIV OF PRISONS
Minimum Term: 4 MONTHS Maximum Term: 5 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
INITIAL 12001839 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 01/01/2005 FELON CLASS H
Most Recent Period of Supervision Record
Sentence Number: 25-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 19-001 13001726 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 10/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001726 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 11/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001726 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 12/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 24-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 23-001 13001730 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 10/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001730 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 11/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001730 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 12/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001731 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 02/01/2011 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001731 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 03/01/2011 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001732 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 04/01/2011 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001732 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 05/01/2011 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001732 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 06/01/2011 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 23-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 22-001 13001729 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 07/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001729 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 08/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001729 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 09/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 22-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 21-001 13001728 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 04/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001728 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 05/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001728 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 06/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 21-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 20-001 13001727 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 01/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001727 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 02/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001727 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 03/01/2010 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 20-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 19-001 13001726 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 10/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001726 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 11/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001726 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 12/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 19-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 18-001 13001725 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 07/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001725 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 08/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001725 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 09/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 18-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 17-001 13001724 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 04/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001724 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 05/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001724 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 06/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 17-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 16-001 13001723 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 02/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001723 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 03/01/2009 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 16-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 15-001 13001722 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 10/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001722 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 11/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001722 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 12/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 15-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 14-001 13001721 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 07/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001721 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 08/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001721 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 09/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 14-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 13-001 13001720 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 04/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001720 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 05/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001720 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 06/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 13-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 12-001 13001719 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 01/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001719 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 02/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001719 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 03/01/2008 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 12-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 11-001 13001718 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 10/01/2007 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001718 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 11/01/2007 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001718 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 12/01/2007 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 11-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS
Commitment Docket# Offense (Qualifier) Offense Date Type Sentencing
Penalty
Class Code
CONCURRENT TO SENTENCE NUMBER 10-001 13001717 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 07/01/2007 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001717 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 08/01/2007 FELON CLASS H
CONSOLIDATED FOR JUDGMENT 13001717 EMBEZZLEMENT (PRINCIPAL) 09/01/2007 FELON CLASS H
Sentence Number: 10-001 Commitment Type: PROBATION/PAROLE
Conviction Date: 08/12/2013 County Of Conviction: MOORE
Punishment Type: COMMUNITY SS (DCC)
Sentence Type 1: PROBATION
Sentence Type 2: SUSPENDED SENTENCE
Total Supervision Term: 60 MONTHS

North Carolina Woman Sentenced for Embezzlement From Orthodontist

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A Morganton woman was sent to prison on Monday for embezzling more than $300,000 from a Marion business.

Posted: Monday, September 28, 2015 4:13 pm

A Morganton woman was sent to prison on Monday for embezzling more than $300,000 from a Marion business.

Tammy Davis Gurley, 48, of Wesley Road in Morganton, was found guilty of one count of Class C embezzlement Monday in McDowell County Superior Court. Gurley’s lawyer told the judge that she has accepted responsibility for her conduct.

She was sentenced to a minimum of 44 months and a maximum of 62 months in prison. She did not have any days time served and is not to have contact with the victims. She was immediately taken into custody in the courtroom.

In Aug. of 2013, Gurley was arrested and charged with embezzling from the orthodontist office of Dr. Christopher Nevant, located on South Main Street in Marion. Gurley was employed at the office for nearly 15 years and was responsible for daily deposits and insurance claims.

Nevant told The McDowell News on Monday the total amount of money she took was $339,128.35 over a period of five years.

“I am happy that this case has finally been brought to justice,” said Nevant in a prepared statement. “It was a very unfortunate situation that occurred and I have learned a lot about embezzlement over the past two years. Embezzlement is a serious crime that destroys many people and in most instances, the embezzler is never held accountable.”

Nevant thanked Sgt. Rick Gutierrez of the Marion Police Department who was responsible for investigating and charging Gurley.

“He has worked diligently over the past two years doing everything he could to prosecute this crime fairly and professionally. Rick has spent countless hours reviewing financial information to properly document the circumstances that occurred,” Nevant said in his prepared statement. “I appreciate Rick’s dedication to this case to assure that the criminal was held responsible for her action.”

Nevant said the conviction was also made possible by McDowell’s new district attorney Ted Bell, who he said took the case very seriously.

“District Attorney Ted Bell was willing to put the time and effort into this case to be sure that justice was properly served and the convicted felon was not let off with a slap on the wrist,” said Nevant in his statement. “Ted Bell is committed to hold criminals responsible for their actions and is a breath of fresh air to the criminal justice system in McDowell and Rutherford counties that was very much overdue.”

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