Bristol Woman Sentenced in Employee Theft Case
A Bristol woman was sentenced to serve five years in prison for embezzling more than $200,000 from the company where she worked.
Laurie Foulk, 47, was sentenced in New Britain Superior Court to 18 years in prison, execution suspended after 5 years served, followed by 5 years of probation. Ms. Foulk pled guilty on August 23, 2012 to Larceny in the First Degree.
The case involved an ongoing course of conduct where Ms. Foulk stole money from her longtime employer, Precision Cutoff Services, Inc., totaling in excess of $219,000. Ms. Foulk wrote checks to herself or her son from the company account to facilitate these thefts.
Ms. Foulk was employed for 24 years at the company.
Judge Hillary B. Strackbein ordered Ms. Foulk to pay restitution as a condition of probation.
The case was prosecuted by Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Brett J. Salafia.
Content Last Modified on 11/7/2012 9:13:53 PM