Monday, October 10, 2011

New York Man Has Been Charged With Embezzling $325K From Freight Hauler

Clyde Leroy “J.R.” Lewis Jr., 43, of Prattsburgh, New York, has been charged on 18 counts alleging he embezzled some $325,000 from Home Run Inc., a Xenia, Ohio-based freight hauler for which he had been employed as East Coast manager.  According to authorities, Lewis conspired with Christopher Paul Windsor, 55, of League City, Texas, the owner of Transportation Specialties Inc., another freight company, by submitting at least 1,400 fraudulent invoices and splitting the ill-gotten gains.  Windsor is also charged in the case.  The scheme reportedly spanned nearly 3 years, from 2008 to 2010.  Lewis is charged with mail fraud and filing false tax returns. 

Read the story here and here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Finally Mr. Lewis is getting caught for some of his bad doings!!!! There is so much more that needs to be uncovered about this man... Hopefully he will be found guilty and put in jail and stopped from doing bad things...