PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A woman who used her company credit card from an acupuncture business to pay for a family trip to Hawaii will spend more than 2 years in prison for embezzling.
Kay Enyart was also ordered to repay more than $20,000 to the place she once worked.
In late 2017, the acupuncture business owner noticed financial discrepancies. The investigation began and Enyart was found to have used her business credit card for a $4500 trip to Hawaii the previous June.
Investigators also found social media posts she made from Hawaii at that time.
The 45-year-old woman also forged checks worth about $3500 from the business. The total amount stolen, investigators said, was about $20,100.
Enyart will serve 32 months in prison and be on 3 years probation after she gets out.
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