Former Michigan hospital marketing employee sentenced for embezzling $25,000

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Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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A previous senior advancement and marketing specialist at McLaren Northern Michigan in Petoskey pleaded guilty to embezzling thousands of dollars from the medical facility and was sentenced to a year in prison, according to a report in the Petoskey News-Review.

Three details:.

1. Marilea Lynn Rogers confessed to embezzling $25,000 from the healthcare facility prior to resigning in January when challenged with the allegations, according to the report.

2. In her plea arrangement, Ms. Rogers admitted to moving $12,000 from a hospital-issued credit card to personal PayPal accounts and utilizing the card to pay for $4,5000 in individual costs. She is also accused of forging signatures to approve mileage reimbursement demands, according to the report.

3. Ms. Rogers was sentenced to 12 months in prison and 2 years of probation as well as 200 hours of social work and was purchased to pay $25,003 in restitution.

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In her plea agreement, Ms. Rogers confessed to transferring $12,000 from a hospital-issued credit card to personal PayPal accounts and using the card to pay for $4,5000 in individual costs. She is likewise accused of creating signatures to authorize mileage repayment demands, according to the report.

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