Pa. Man Gets Year For Role In $1.2M Embezzlement Scheme

Law360, Philadelphia (November 9, 2016, 6:08 PM EST) -- A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to a year in federal prison on Tuesday after pleading guilty on four mail fraud counts stemming from a scheme to set up fake vendors to sell $1.2 million in nonexistent products to an unnamed international pharmaceutical company.

The sentence handed down by U.S. District Judge Wendy Beetlestone on Wednesday, which included $180,000 in restitution, comes after Daryl Stevens and two co-conspirators, Justin Jordan and Christopher Cook, were charged in March for an alleged corporate embezzlement scheme involving a storeroom management company and a pharmaceutical company.

An attorney for Stevens did not immediately return a message...

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