A second conspirator in the Trident Seafoods embezzlement case has been sentenced to prison. Thirty-one-year-old Anne Wilson of Kent, Washington, was sentenced yesterday (Thursday) by Chief District Court Judge Ralph Beistline to 16-months in prison. According the U.S. Attorney’s office, Wilson helped embezzle $289,660 from Trident.
Co-defendant Jamie Fathke was sentenced in January to four months in jail for her role in embezzling $30,000 from the seafood company.
Three others await sentencing, including ringleader Isairis Wolfe. She was a bookkeeper for Trident Seafoods in Kodiak, and from January 2008 to August 2010 she wrote a half-million dollars in checks to four friends and one minor. After cashing them, they would split the proceeds with Wolfe.
Wolfe is schedule for sentencing on May 22nd, while Valerie Olivares and Jeremy Smith are schedule for sentencing on June 4th.
Second Co-Conspirator Sentenced in Trident Embezzlment