East Texas woman steals $1.8 million from California Companies

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An East Texas woman pleads guilty to money wiring and laundering of $1.8 million and is sentenced nearly seven years in prison. 

Tyler’s federal prosecutors say the woman illegally transferred funds from California companies into her personal account to pay credit cards, buy land and construct a house in Texas. 

Su pleaded guilty in June 2018 and the thefts began in 2015.

According to nbcdfw, Lina Su- Perkins, 49, was sentenced to 80 months Thursday. She was ordered to forfeit vehicles and land, and repay the money back to VIG Furniture, Airport Van Rental and ACE Medical Transport. 

Su lived in Hawkins, 100 miles southeast of Dallas, and Los Angeles. 

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