Chester County DA Tom Hogan says La Vella was spending the money on Eagles season tickets, luxury cars, and jewelry.
After the two-day, non-jury trial, a judge has convicted Anne Clyburn of theft and related charges.
The former CEO of a Montgomery County credit union is back before a judge for her retrial on charges that she allegedly used credit union funds to pay some of her personal expenses.
Amy Grebe, executive director of the ACPPA Community Art Center, believes their Paypal account was hacked earlier this month and nearly $3,000 was diverted.
A former municipal employee and her husband, a former police officer, have been charged with embezzling more than $850,000 from a Lehigh County township.
A former South Philadelphia bank branch manager who talked and lied her way to a one day sentence in a half million dollar embezzlement case is now paying a steep price for her lies.
Prosecutors say a high-ranking official at a central New Jersey facility for developmentally disabled persons has been accused of stealing more than $100,000 from the nonprofit organization.
Police say a 36-year-old woman has been charged with embezzling almost $400,000 from a veterinary hospital in Bucks County.
A former South Philadelphia bank manager was sentenced to a day in prison for a half million dollar embezzlement scheme, but her performance at sentencing earlier this year could net her real jail time.
Defendant Ignacio Morales, former manager of the Borinquen Federal Credit Union, near 7th and Erie in North Philadelphia, was scheduled to be in court to plead guilty, but he failed to show up.
A lawyer for 42-year-old Anita Guzzardi says she succumbed to gambling and shopping addictions after feeling betrayed by the church over the priest sex-abuse scandal.
The OIG uncovered that Natalie Collins, Linda Robinson and Patricia Finley had stolen more than $9,000 in library funds in three separate schemes from May 2009 to November 2010.
Roosevelt Hairston pleaded guilty to mail fraud, money laundering, and filing a false tax return.
Some of Robert Krikorian’s 39 victims testified they turned over what amounted to their life savings and their retirement money so they could buy a business and live the American dream.
The US attorney’s office says a three-count information charges Roosevelt Hairston Jr. with mail fraud, money laundering, and filing false tax returns.