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Former Clarke Bookstore Director Sentenced
The former director of the Clarke University bookstore will spend four years in prison for his role in a fraud scheme. 35 year-old James Spaulding was sentenced yesterday after pleading guilty to charges of mail fraud and filing false tax returns last December. Spaulding and an accomplice set up a fake company called RVP Wholesale Books in July of 2011. Spaulding would submit phony invoices to RVP to his superiors at Clarke, then he and his accomplice, Thomas DeFelice, would cash the checks paid out by Clarke. The payments totaled more than 300-thousand dollars. In addition to his prison term, Spaulding has also been ordered to pay nearly 320-thousand dollars in restitution to Clarke and the University's insurance c...
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