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An Española woman pled guilty to unauthorized computer use and state income tax evasion in connection with a local establishment.
Judge Michael Vigil of the First Judicial District Court in Santa Fe accepted the plea agreement of Ana K. Vivar Friday.
The plea agreement was entered in connection with Vivar’s alleged embezzlement of more than $120,000 from Del Norte Credit Union in Los Alamos.
Vivar pleaded guilty to 11 counts of unauthorized computer use, fourth degree felonies and one count of attempt to evade or defeat her State Personal Income Tax, a fourth degree felony.
The tax evasion charge stems from Vivar’s failure to report the fraudulent proceeds on her state Personal Income Tax Return.
The case was a result of an investigation by the Los Alamos Police Department and the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department’s Tax Fraud Investigations Division. It was prosecuted by the First Judicial District Attorney’s office in Santa Fe.
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