Tech Worker Gets 2.6 Years on Credit Card Charges

We have discussed former Georgia Tech worker Donna Gamble, who charged more than $316,000 on a state credit card. Today, as reported by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia sentenced Gamble to 2.6 years imprisonment. The sentencing judge, United States District Judge Jack T. Camp characterized as "frivolous" Gamble's purchases on a card issued pursuant to the State's p-card program, which included waverunners, popcorn machines and Auburn University football tickets. In all, Gamble purchased a total of 3,800 items in 2,000 purchases, many made from her computer at the University. Gamble said nothing during the hearing and presented no witnesses on her behalf.

Trackbacks (0) Links to blogs that reference this article Trackback URL
Comments (0) Read through and enter the discussion with the form at the end
Post A Comment / Question Use this form to add a comment to this entry.

Remember personal info?
Send To A Friend Use this form to send this entry to a friend via email.