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$470,000 Theft From Michigan Veteran Affairs Treasury

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It is always best to earn your own money and not steal from anyone or another business. Everyone may be suffering from the pandemic but, there is always a way to earn your own money.

Individuals that dibble and dabble in fraud usually end up running out of luck and have to pay all the money back and/or do jail time.

In an article from Fox 2 News called "Woman charged in connection with $470,000 theft from Veterans Affairs, Michigan Treasury" by Amber Ainsworth stated

"A woman is facing charges after she and two other people allegedly stole $470,000 from the Michigan Department Treasury and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Sophia J. Quill, 60, is charged with conducting a criminal enterprise, four counts of false pretenses $50,000-$100,000, two counts of false pretenses $20,000-$50,000, and two counts of false pretenses $1,000-$20,000.

Quill is a fourth habitual offender, so she could be sentenced to life in prison if she is found guilty of any of the charges.

According to officials, Quill’s son Steven Decker allegedly received proceeds from the scheme and used some of the money to conceal property used to conduct the fraud.

In addition, there are a lot of secrets that are starting to come out from Sophia Quill. There is only so much you can get away with.

With the pandemic it makes it difficult to properly sentence Sophia Quill, she is to refrain from having contact with her partner that helped her retrieve the money.

Sophia Quill is scheduled to go to court on April 29th.

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