Ex-Bookkeeper to be Sentenced for Stealing Over $326K from Connecticut Business


A Virginia woman who embezzled more than $326,000 from a small family business in Connecticut is seeking home confinement instead of a prison sentence.

Miriam Dubay, of Purcellville, Va., was scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Bridgeport. She pleaded guilty in June to wire fraud.
Prosecutors say the 65-year-old former Shelton, Conn., Is a family business accountant at Shelton, whose residents have not given names to officials. They say they stole the money by organizing 168 corporate checks from 2010 to 2016.

Authorities talked about theft, reshelling Dubay’s house, buying a $ 650 jacket and buying other items.

Prosecutors are sentenced to two to three years in prison.

Dubay’s lawyers say that they are deeply upset about their actions and that they are working to heal themselves.

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