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Old 22 Jun 2012, 02:16 am
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Default Report: Women embezzles $10M from car dealer, buys 2011 Honda Crosstour

You almost have to feel sorry for Patricia Smith, the former controller at Baierl Acura who embezzled over $10 million from the suburban Pittsburgh dealership. Despite having stolen roughly $4,000 a day, seven days a week, for seven years, Smith's personal automotive aspirations extended no further than a new Honda Crosstour. Apparently being a criminal mastermind does not ensure good taste. According to Automotive News, Smith did buy the requisite fleet of vehicles normally associated with so m...
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