Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Former Bookkeeper Sentenced for Embezzlement

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Former Bookkeeper Sentenced for Embezzlement

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Bonnie Charlene Doran, of Newalla, was sentenced this week to a year and a day in prison for embezzlement and signing a false federal income tax return.

From April 2012 until January 2015, Doran was employed as the bookkeeper for Cox Systems Technology in Oklahoma City. On Aug. 26, 2015, she pleaded guilty to using interstate wire communications to defraud Cox Systems Technology. In particular, she directed BancFirst to wire extra payroll transfers to her personal account at Arvest Bank. She also made adjusting entries in company records to hide the extra payments. In a plea agreement, she agreed to pay restitution of $120,197. At the August 2015 plea hearing, Doran also pleaded guilty to signing a false tax return. She admitted that in April 2014, she signed a personal federal tax return for the 2013 calendar year that she knew was false because it reported only $34,294 in total income, substantially less than the income she actually received. …

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