Thursday, November 12, 2009

Indiana Woman Sentenced In Second Embezzlement Case

Christina L. Robbins, 37, of South Bend, Indiana, was sentenced to 5 years in prison for embezzling more than $291,000 from Abtrex Industries Inc., where she had been employed. Meanwhile, Robbins was reportedly cooperating with authorities in a previous case where she was accused of embezzling from Drywall Service and Supply Inc. in nearby Mishawaka. Robbins was hired by Abtrex in September 2006 prior to her embezzlement indictment in the Drywall Service case. In the Abtrex case, Robbins admitted to paying personal creditors, including her mortgage and credit card bills, with checks she wrote from Abtrex's accounts. In the earlier case, Robbins pleaded guilty in November 2007 to embezzling more than $226,000 from 2002 to 2006. She was sentenced to one year in prison for this scheme and began serving it last February. Her five year term will commence immediately thereafter.

Read the story here.


Anonymous said...

She also embezzled over $200,000 from our company in 1994. Interestingly the police discouraged our pursuit of justice.

Chris Marquet said...

Is there any documentation to that effect? No criminal case was filed?

Anonymous said...

The story was, Dad repaid some of the $200,000.00 and deals were made?

Anonymous said...

I can not believe that she only received a total of six year prison term. It is speculated that she embezzled/stole 1.2 million of goods/money from drywall services and while she was being prosecuted she was embezzling from another company! This lady had no remorse and I am sure she would do it again.

Anonymous said...

she has a numerous alias
chrissy robbins
chrissy quinn
chrissy l. robbins
chrissy l. robbins-quinn
c. leigh robbins
c. leigh quinn
christina l. robbins
christina l. quinn

her maiden name is quinn and she uses every combination of her married name and her maiden name. it is speculated that her husband jason r. robbins was in on the schemes too, however they cut a deal with the federal court so that only one parent would be charged and sent to prison. i believe that is bull because if you are guilty of theft you should do your time. sad how the judicial system works!

Anonymous said...

would love to know what happened to the money? did they spend it all? does she have to pay any of it back?

Anonymous said...

she was living very lavishly. she would throw her daughters large birthday parties with bands and the whole sha-bang so to speak. she hosted numerous parties at her house and she would throw parties at the upper deck at the Cove every year. she was living well beyond her means...she was living up to her employers means! haha