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February 1, 10

NEWS / Camden County Woman Sentenced for Stealing $20,000 Intended for the Division of Taxation

TRENTON – Acting Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced that a Camden County woman, who was employed to process tax amnesty claims, was sentenced today for stealing $20,000 intended for the Division of Taxation.

Sharee Ivory, 31, of Camden, was sentenced to three years probation by Superior Court Judge Irvin J. Snyder in Camden County. The sentence was based on Ivory’s Oct. 26 guilty plea to theft by unlawful taking or disposition and forgery. The charges were contained in an Aug. 5 state grand jury indictment.

Ivory was a clerk employed by Pioneer Collection Agency, a private company that contracted with the New Jersey Division of Taxation to administer the New Jersey Tax Amnesty program.

In pleading guilty, Ivory admitted that in June 2009, she obtained a $20,000 check made payable to the Division of Taxation, modified it to be made payable to herself, and deposited the check into her personal bank account.

Detective Myles Cappiello of the New Jersey State Police and Deputy Attorneys General Richard Queen and Erik Daab coordinated the investigation. Queen represented the Division of Criminal Justice at the sentencing.




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