Sandra Doak, a bookkeeper for a medical office in Pennsylvania, was found guilty of mail fraud and filing a false income tax return.
Between 2014 and 2019 Doak embezzled a total of $592,833. She wrote checks to herself for a total of $536,887.21, she reimbursed herself for unauthorized expenses in the amount of $26,519.26 and paid for personal expenses totaling $29,426.83 with a company credit card. The personal expenses included tickets to various sporting events and travel.
Doak was ordered to pay $123,849 to the IRS in restitution and sentenced to 42 months in prison for embezzlement and 38 months for failing to report any of the stolen funds on her tax returns. The two sentences are to be served concurrently.