Monday, October 25, 2010

Florida Woman Sentenced In $7.3 Million Embezzlement Case

Lori Lockman Julian, 48, of Casselberry, Florida, was sentenced to 57 months in prison for embezzling more than $7.3 million from the William C. Webb Co. and its related business, Industrial Park Development Corp., where she had been employed as a bookkeeper. According to authorities, Julian forged company checks written out to herself and others as well as made online payments to personal vendors and credit cards. The scheme, which netted Julian a total of $7,345,050.13, spanned more than 4 years, from August 2005 through October 2009, according to prosecutors. Authorities said she used the misappropriated funds to finance a lavish lifestyle including a second home, Orlando Magic season tickets, vehicles, boats, designer handbags and other personal luxury items. Julian pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud in a plea agreement. She must also pay restitution.

Read the story here and here.

Watch a video on the story here.

Read the DOJ announcement here.


Anonymous said...

Lori, what were you thinking? I know you knew better than that. I'll be thinking and praying for you and your family. - Mark

Anonymous said...

Did you really think you were not going to get caught? Do you realize now what you are going to put your family through? No guess you were just thinking about your selfish self. Enjoy jail time

Anonymous said...

Lori you ought to be ashamed of yourself and the other employee who went along with you I know she shares a bunk with you in Colman federal prison. Her name is barbara russell of Apopka another trusted person in the webb company you are both loosers and con artist nothing but gold digging embezzeling greedy white trash! I hope you enjoy your time in Colman lori and barbara you deserve It you two fake high rollers the two who want to be along as someone else pays for it just lovely!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, I am shocked!! Not.. I had the pleasure of meeting this lovely young thief when she was 19 check scamming Albertsons on her lunch hour. Running from one cashing a check and then going to another. Then check out the mugshots of the 90's. Well when you rip off your grandfather's money you get busted and do time.. even if only on weekends. I see on to bigger and better things, one day Lori, maybe it will sink in that what is not yours, is NOT yours.

Anonymous said...

Yeah she was a piece of work, stole money so she could pay for everyone to like her. She even payed off her hair stylists student loans! Unfortunetly for the stylist it was so close to when Lori was caught that they were able to reverse the payoff on her student loan. Which then made it due immediatly and not in payments as before. Crime doesnt pay! I feel bad for her Daughters that will have to take care of her when she gets out of prison. She not going to get a job aywhere decent like she had with William C. Webb thats for sure!