Former AMA executive sentenced to 5 years for fraud

By The Canadian Press
February 27, 2018 - 7:16am

EDMONTON- A former executive at the Alberta Motor Association has been sentenced to five years in prison for swindling his employer of 8 million dollars.

James Gladden, a former vice-president of information technology at the AMA, earlier pleaded guilty to fraud.

Court heard that he bought two Porsches, a home in Scottsdale, Arizona and expensive watches.

The AMA says it has been able to recover about 3 million dollars from selling off his assets as well as insurance.

(The Canadian Press - CBC Edmonton)

 

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