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3 Florida Men Plead Guilty to $35 Million Embezzlement

The United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida announced that three defendants, William Scott Deloach, Maria Garcia, and Rosario Licata, have pleaded guilty to charges that they engaged in a long-term scheme to embezzle over $35 million from their former employer, PBSJ Corp.  PBSJ is an employee-owned national engineering and construction firm that provides a myriad of services in transportation, environmental, civil engineering, and construction management.

According to documents filed with the court during the plea hearing, from 1992 to March 2005, defendants Deloach, Garcia, and Licata, formerly senior financial executives at PBSJ, embezzled millions of dollars from the company via schemes involving the issuance of millions of dollars in unauthorized checks or transfers written on PBSJ accounts.

See the full release here.

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Kim Albritton

Great post about PBS&J. I also like the post about emezzlement hitting small business.

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