Two more defendants in a sweeping corruption investigation into Montana’s Chippewa Cree tribe have agreed to plead guilty to federal charges, according to court documents filed Monday.
GREAT FALLS — A consultant for the Blackfeet Indian tribe who was convicted in a multimillion-dollar fraud case and for bankruptcy fraud was sentenced Wednesday to five years in prison and ordered to pay $1.7 million in restitution.
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A Billings judge Monday gave 10 years of probation to a man who pleaded guilty to theft by embezzlement for making unauthorized charges on a company credit card in October 2013.
KALISPELL — A Kalispell man who stole scrap iron from his employer and made unauthorized charges on a company credit card has been given a suspended sentence and must pay nearly $60,000 in restitution to the foundation repair company where he worked.
MISSOULA — A Bozeman man who pleaded guilty to embezzling nearly $370,000 from his elderly and disabled clients has been sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison and ordered to pay restitution.
BUTTE — The former director of operations at the Old Prison Museums in Deer Lodge has pleaded guilty to embezzlement and forgery.
GREAT FALLS — A federal judge sentenced a former state legislator to 7½ years in prison on theft, bribery and tax-evasion charges for embezzling federal money meant for construction projects on the Rocky Boy’s Reservation.
HELENA — A former director of the Rocky Boy's Wellness Center has been sentenced to a year in prison and ordered to repay more than $19,700 after being convicted of embezzlement.
A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced the former director of Housing Montana in Billings to two years probation and fined her $1,000 for stealing money from the organization.
Christa Ann McClure, the former executive director of Housing Montana in Billings, is expected to admit to a federal misdemeanor charge of stealing public money.
A man accused of charging items on a credit card stolen from his employer admitted charges on Friday in state district court in Billings.
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — The Wyoming Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of a woman accused of stealing money from the Sheridan Eagles Club, where she worked.
HELENA — A man has pleaded guilty to helping a former state legislator embezzle federal money meant for the Chippewa Cree tribe.
HAVRE — A federal judge has set a May 1 trial date in the embezzlement case against former Rocky Boy Reservation health clinic director Fawn Tadios.
BUTTE — Police are investigating whether a Butte man who went missing in February embezzled more than $175,000 from his employer.
HELENA — A trial is set to begin Tuesday in Great Falls for a former Oklahoma State University professor accused of helping embezzle federal money from a Blackfeet program for troubled youth.
GREAT FALLS — The former director of a federally funded aid program on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation has pleaded guilty to embezzling almost $300,000 from the program to fund her gambling.
KALISPELL — A former Flathead County sheriff’s office employee has been given a 10-year suspended sentence for embezzling more than $90,000 from the sheriff’s office employees association.
The former Billings-area director of a federally funded nonprofit housing organization pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal charges that she stole from the program.