Guilty plea in school embezzlement case
A former financial officer at the prestigious Thomas Jefferson High School in Fairfax County pleaded guilty Thursday to embezzling $279,000 from various school funds to pay for gambling trips to Las Vegas and Atlantic City and to pay her credit card and mortgage debts, Post reporter Tom Jackman reports on the Crime Scene blog.
Susan Thanh Litwin, 37, of Woodbridge was a finance technician at the high school beginning in January 2007, and court records showed she began stealing from the school in March 2008. She left the school's employ this March.
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| May 6, 2010; 12:55 PM ET
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