Marzo’s Bookkeeper Lands In Jail

by The Editors on July 13, 2017

Felicidad Alcon Rivera, a bookkeeper convicted of embezzling more than $373,000 from Clay Marzo and his mother has been sentenced to two years and 11 months in prison and must make restitution to the Marzos, according to story on Maui Now.

Rivera was indicted on 13 counts of wire fraud in October of 2016 in connection with her work as a bookkeeper for Marzo and his mother.  That complaint alleged that Rivera wrote herself 193 checks over six-and-a-half years from the accounts of Marzo and his mother.

It will probably take a while for Clay and his mom to get their money back, but it’s good to see justice served.

[Link: Maui Now]

 

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