Kempton pleaded guilty to 14 counts of larceny over $250, three counts of fraudulent use of credit cards and one charge of making false entries in a corporation's books.
A Hollis resident who was the chief financial officer of the Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, Mass., pleaded guilty on Wednesday of stealing $1.3 million from the nonprofit group over six years.
Assistant Attorney General Brendan O'Shea has recommended that she serve three to five years in state New Era Mexico Hat prison with 10 years probation upon release and that she Kansas City Royals Hats New Era
The Fruitlands Museum sued Kempton in civil court in 2008 for misappropriating the organization's money. The case is pending is Worcester Superior Court.
Kempton remains free on $5,000 cash bail and was allowed to travel to Arkansas for four days to visit her ailing mother. She is scheduled to be sentenced June 9 in Worcester Superior Court.
Peggy Kempton, 54, admitted that she had created credit card accounts for herself, family members and museum employees and charged items for her personal use, paying the balances with money from the museum.
for legitimate purposes.
She used the funds to pay for her children's college tuition and to buy clothes, according to the attorney general's office.
Her lawyer, Jeffrey A. Denner, has said he plans to offer a different sentencing recommendation at a sentencing hearing.
Kempton tried to cover up her crimes by manipulating the museum's books to make it appear that the money was spent Houston Astros Caps
Kempton could serve a maximum of five years in prison on each count of larceny and credit card fraud and 10 years for making false corporate entries.
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