Fairborn woman accused of embezzling $150,000 from area businesses sentenced

A Fairborn woman accused of embezzling more than $150,000 from two Dayton area companies was sentenced to four years in prison, according to the Department of Justice Southern District of Ohio.

Sandy Green also was ordered to pay $173,000 in restitution to the companies.

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She pleaded guilty last August to two counts of wire fraud involving two of her previous employers.

Green was a bookkeeper at a Dayton business from May to November 2017, according to court records. She reportedly make fake credit card returns without any corresponding purchase, resulting in company money being deposited in Green and her family’s bank accounts.

From April 2017 to March 2018, she was the chief financial officer for a different Dayton-area business. Green transferred money from the company’s credit union into her and her family members’ bank account, according to the Department of Justice.

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She reportedly falsely listed other people and groups as the payees to disguise the transactions.

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