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Former Accounting Manager at Minnesota Restaurant Sentenced for Embezzlement

Jennifer Rosvold, a former accounting manager for Damon’s Restaurants, a Twin Cities restaurant chain, was sentenced recently to 24 months in prison for stealing from her employer, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney for the District of Minnesota. Rosvold was also ordered to pay $425,920 in restitution to the owners of Damon’s Restaurants.

Rosvold began embezzling money from Damon’s Restaurants in March of 2002, and continued until the restaurant chain went out of business and ceased operations in March of 2005. Rosvold stole money by preparing and issuing checks payable to herself. She also forged the signature of other employees on some of the checks. After obtaining the fraudulent checks, Rosvold deposited them into her personal bank accounts, and, on other occasions, simply cashed the checks. She used the stolen funds for gambling, mortgage payments, cars, and household expenses.

See full release here.


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