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Little Rock, Ark. — A 53-year-old North Little Rock woman Tuesday pled guilty in Federal Court to one count of wire fraud in a scheme to defraud her employer, AGL Corp. of Jacksonville, Ark., of a million dollars over a four-year period.
Regina Paff, who was a payroll clerk for AGL, pled guilty to preparing phony checks, reimbursements, and commissions to herself in the amount of $991,640.32. In total she is accused of costing AGL $1,166,157.55.
Paff appeared before U.S. District Judge James M. Moody Jr., and following her guilty plea was taken into custody. Her sentencing hearing will be held at a later date.
Maximum sentence for her offense is 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
The investigation was conducted by the FBI, and handling the case for the government was Assistant U.S. Attorney Jana Harris.
To view the 3-page Information document which details Paff’s activities, click paff.information.