Stacey Sanders Sentenced to Federal Prison on Bank Fraud Charge-Fredericksburg, TX
Rex Securities Law- Stockbroker Malpractice Attorney. Nationwide representation. February 2019-Fredericksburg, TX A federal judge in San Antonio has sentenced 52-year-old Stacey A. Sanders of Fredericksburg, TX, to 27 months imprisonment. The former office manager of Memorial Presbyterian Church, located in Fredericksburg was sentenced for bank fraud after she was caught writing and signing unauthorized checks on the church’s bank accounts. Along with her … Continue reading Stacey Sanders Sentenced to Federal Prison on Bank Fraud Charge-Fredericksburg, TX → The post Stacey Sanders Sentenced to Federal Prison on Bank Fraud Charge-Fredericksburg, TX appeared first on Rex Securities Law BLOG.
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