Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Wyoming Woman, Convicted Of Embezzling "Hundreds Of Thousands," Still At Large

Julie A. (Jacobsen) Deliramich, 57, of Gillette, Wyoming, who was found guilty on 10 felony counts of forgery and embezzlement last Friday, is still at large. As a bookkeeper with the Fox Park Homeowners Association from 1998 to 2003, Deliramich reportedly embezzled "hundreds of thousands" of dollars through forged signatures and a company bank account. She was also sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on tax evasion charges in 2006. Deliramich skipped her verdict reading and is currently being sought for sentencing. She faces up to 10 years in prison on each of the 10 counts.

Read the story here and here.
Update (9/22/10) Deliramich was arrested last night in Washington State nearly a year after her conviction on 10 felony counts related to her embezzlement of "hundreds of thousands" of dollars from the Fox Park Homeowners Association in Gillette, Wyoming. Prosecutors put the amount stolen at about $398,000. Apparently this is not her first felony conviction - Deliramich had previously pleaded guilty to tax evasion and spent 14 months in federal prison.

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