STATE POLICE MAKE ARREST IN EMBEZZLEMENT CASE
Accused: MaryAnne D. Lawley (DOB 02/08/1954)
34 Fern Circle
Charges: Larceny in the first Degree (C.G.S. 53a-122)
Two (2) Counts of Willful violations of Income Tax Regulations (C.G.S. 12-737(b))
Tampering with Physical Evidence (C.G.S. 53a-155)
False Statement in the Second Degree (C.G.S. 53a-157b)
Bond: $10,000 non-surety
Court: WATERBURY SUPERIOR COURT, April 24, 2013
On 06/13/2012, Detectives from the Connecticut State Police, Central District Major Crime Squad were assigned to investigate a possible larceny from Greater Waterbury Retina, LLC, with the allegation that an employee had been “skimming” cash receipts from the business for several years, with a cash loss totaling $46,192.59.
The investigation by the State Police Central District Major Crime Squad assisted by the Office of the State’s Attorney identified the above listed individual as a suspect in this investigation. Detectives drafted multiple search and seizure warrants as part of this investigation, and secured information and evidence that led to the identification and procurement of multiple pieces of evidence, including over two (2) thousand pages of financial documents.
Based on this investigation, Detectives applied for, and were granted, an arrest warrant charging accused Lawley with the above listed charges.
Lawley turned herself in at Troop I in Bethany on April 11, 2013, where she was formally arrested, processed, and released on a $10,000 non-surety bond, to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on April 24, 2013.
LT. J. Paul Vance