Hospital Executive Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison

“Former chief financial officer William Roe has been sentenced to 33 months in prison for embezzling from two institutions in which he was previously employed. Roe received the maximum sentence after a plea bargain was reached between the federal prosecutor and his defense. Roe stole from two former employers to the tune of $216,000. It is reported that Roe embezzled $75,000 from St. Rita’s Hospital, his former employer, and $95,000 from Danbury Hospital, his most current employer. Roe set up a fictitious software consulting company called Cycle Software Solution and drew up invoices for work to be done by this company. As acting CFO Roe was able to authorize payment to this company which he owned. It is also cited that Roe received a payment from Danbury Hospital to make up for the difference of the sale price of his Ohio home. Roe altered the appraisal documents and price creating the greatly inflated difference of $46,000 and was compensated for that difference by the hospital.

Hospital Executive Sentenced to 33 Months in Prison

After completing his 33 month prison term, Roe has been ordered to pay back the $216,000 to both facilities at no less than $500 per month. Although Roe’s family made a statement and pleaded for a lesser sentence, as did Roe, Judge Vanessa Bryant had no sympathy and sentence him to the maximum term according to the details of the plea agreement. She stated that Mr. Roe and his family have already benefited from the stolen funds, and showed no sympathy toward him.”

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“Former Danbury Hospital CFO Gets 33 Month Sentence To Federal Prison For Embezzling

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  1. Danielle says:

    Corrected version;
    I, a loyal law abiding citizen, have had the unfortunate opportunity to communicate with a loved one who was an inmate. First, I would drive down to the detention center (DC) and visit. In choosing to do so, may I suggest, make sure you are well aware of the rules, attire requirements, and visiting times. Going to the DC can lead to long wait times, there are instances where I have gone and been able to get right in, then others I was there first thing in the morning and didn’t get in until late afternoon. Nonetheless I still got to visit. Now going to the DC you will be able to video chat, similar to skype, which you can ask do from home. (Before I forget to mention if you are going into the DC, please be considerate and be of good health they also provide Clorox-like wipes so you can clean off the phones and equipment just incase the person before you wasn’t so kind). Anyhow, although there is no charge to go in and visit them you can accomplish the same type of visit from home using iwebvisit. This will cost you around $12 per 30 minute visit. If it’s within your budget and you have a good working computer and headset or earphones with a mic, I’d recommend this route. It save you time, you have more visiting hour options, you don’t have to drive and be searched and subjected to illness brought in by those inconsiderate or unknowingly Ill visitors, and hey if your sick you don’t have to be one of those people either and you still get to visit. Keep in mind all inmates are subject to different visitation allowances based on charge and behavior, there also may be things going on within their unit that may prevent you from visitation as well. Although I haven’t encountered that much it could lead to hours of waiting, if visiting the center. I have to say they have done a great job on allowing visitation, I just hope to never have to do it again. Best of Luck!

  2. Gloria Brown says:

    And my sweet husband get 42 fucking months for selling $25. worth of meth to a cop!!!!

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