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NJ woman wanted in theft from auto dealership found in Florida September 24, 2009

Posted by jefhenningeresq in News.
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Last November, workers at Lynnes Nissan in Bloomfield that were performing an internal audit discovered that money was missing from the dealership’s accounts payable department.  An apparent theft had occurred in multiple stages from 2007 to 2008.  Karen Sosa,  an accounts payable clerk at the business left her job shortly after the audit. 

The dealership notified the Essex County Prosecutor’s Economic Crimes Unit who sought to interview Sosa in June.  However, she allegedly skipped town and was on the run.  This Wednesday, members of the U.S. Marshals tracked her down to at an apartment in Broward County.

She is now facing charges of first-degree money laundering and second-degree theft by deception for the alleged theft of $545,000.  I’d like to know more about the case.  That money laundering charge has to be the harshest white collar crime in New Jersey.  Thus, her attorney should focus on getting around that charge one way or the other.

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1. Francois Jr. - October 14, 2009

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