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Finance director’s theft of $700K from nonprofit ends in sentence.

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TLDR: The former director of finance for Hudson Valley Community Services (HVCS) has been sentenced to two to six years in state prison for stealing over $700,000 from her employer. Ingrid Aquino wrote approximately 170 checks from HVCS bank accounts for personal expenses, including rent, between November 2017 and September 2021. Aquino pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the second degree, a felony, and has been ordered to pay restitution for the stolen funds.

The former finance director of Hudson Valley Community Services (HVCS), Ingrid Aquino, has been sentenced to two to six years in state prison for stealing more than $700,000 from her employer. Aquino wrote approximately 170 checks totaling $704,034 from HVCS bank accounts for personal expenses, including rent, between November 2017 and September 2021. She pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the second degree and has been ordered to pay restitution for the stolen funds. Aquino’s actions have been described as a betrayal of trust and a jeopardization of essential services provided by HVCS to the community.

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