PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – A Maine transport representative will spend 18 months in jail for holding clients’ income but creation transport reservations.
Federal prosecutors contend 46-year-old Beth Rogers of Portland will also offer 6 years of supervised recover and contingency compensate $209,000 in restitution. Rogers pleaded guilty in March.
Records contend Rogers operated TravelWise Cruises Tours in Saco and began holding customer income but creation reservations in late 2011. The annals contend Rogers instead used a income to compensate for a transport of other people who had requisitioned transport by TravelWise.
Prosecutors contend Rogers misapplied income for some-more than 50 clients until mid-2012.