Woman pleads guilty to $4.5M wire fraud scheme
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WBFF - "She faces a sentence of up to 20 years in prison for wire fraud. "

via WBFF:

BALTIMORE, Md. -- (WBFF) -- A Woodbine woman who is the former vice-president of a national construction company pleaded guilty Friday to a wire fraud scheme in which she stole more than $4.5 million from her employer, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office.

Wendy Collins, 46, pleaded guilty to stealing company funds to buy multiple cars - including two Porsches, a Mercedes-Benz G550 and Mazda race cars - as well as spending tens of thousands of dollars at various businesses while working at a national construction company, according to the release.

She admitted to spending $90,000 at a steak house, $55,000 for Washington Redskins tickets, $14,500 at a California vineyard and more than $90,000 at Ethan Allen, Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn.

FULL STORY: Woman pleads guilty to $4.5M wire fraud scheme - WBFF

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