Massachusetts Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing about $2.7M from Employer


A Massachusetts woman has pleaded guilty to stealing about $2.7 million from her former employer.

Federal prosecutors say 57-year-old Debra Mulloy, of Milford, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to aggravated identity theft and wire fraud.

Prosecutors say Boston employs a credit card issued by a company on behalf of another employee while auditing its accounting and accounting functions in 2012 and 2016, earning $ 2.4 million in unauthorized purchases of luxury goods, including jewelery and furs. He then resold some of these items at consignment stores.

He also had company controls worth $ 300,000 to pay for personal credit card bills.

Authorities did not disclose the name of the company.

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