Oklahoma woman to serve 24 months in federal prison for Embezzlement from Employer

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OKLAHOMA CITY – According to officials, 53-year-old Pamerla D. Mills was sentenced today to serve 24 months in federal prison for embezzlement from her employer.

In addition, Mills was ordered to pay $227,015.07 in restitution to her former employer.

According to court records, Mills was employed by Gerald Welding Fabrication and Construction Company for approximately six years and was responsible for handling the accounts payable and receivable.

Although she was not authorized to sign the company checks, Mills prepared checks for payment of the company bills, including the payment of credit card bills.

From December of 2008 through August of 2012, Mills prepared checks for her manager to sign which included checks to Capitol One for the payment of her personal credit card statements.

On July 29, 2013, Mills pled guilty to a one-count Information charging her with operating a mail fraud scheme. Mills was ordered to report to federal prison to begin serving her sentence on February 18, 2014.

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