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PADUCAH, KY (KFVS) -

A Paducah, Kentucky woman was sentenced Tuesday on mail fraud charges.

According to the Dept. of Justice, Stacie A. Javier, age 37, pleaded guilty to a five count federal indictment charging her with mail fraud, for stealing $112,012.44, from her former employer, Credit Bureau System of Paducah, Inc. (CBS), between November 2008, to January 2012

After her time is served, she is scheduled to serve one-year term of supervised release and ordered to pay restitution for $112,012.44.

Javier was employed by CBS, a collection agency for creditors, as a cashier who was responsible for the preparation of bank deposits of cash, checks, and other forms of payments.

In court, Javier admitted to devising a scheme to keep debtor’s cash payments by re depositing debtor’s returned checks (for insufficient funds) in place of an equivalent amount of cash from debtor payments.

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