Missouri woman pleaded to charge related to embezzlement
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Kansas City woman had pleaded guilty to failing to pay taxes on at least $466,000 in a charge related to embezzling from her family's company.
Fifty-six-year-old Tammera Goodman pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court. She was an officer manager at Restoration Remediation Resources Corp. Prosecutors say she unlawfully used the business' funds to pay at least seven personal credit cards she used for personal spending. She also wrote at least 26 fraudulent unauthorized checks to herself, and used business funds to pay her personal mortgage.
From 2011 to 2015, Goodman embezzled at least $466,274 from Re-Corp and used the money for personal expenses. She did not declare the embezzled income on her federal or state income tax returns.