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November 22, 1990 | Associated Press
The former bookkeeper of horse trainer Charlie Whittingham will be sentenced to four years in prison for embezzling nearly $1.5 million from the trainer, authorities said Wednesday. Sally Ann Stubblefield, who pleaded no contest to four felony counts, was released from jail to get her affairs in order before the scheduled Jan. 22, 1991 sentencing, Deputy District Attorney Don Tamura said.
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November 22, 1990 | Associated Press
The former bookkeeper of horse trainer Charlie Whittingham will be sentenced to four years in prison for embezzling nearly $1.5 million from the trainer, authorities said Wednesday. Sally Ann Stubblefield, who pleaded no contest to four felony counts, was released from jail to get her affairs in order before the scheduled Jan. 22, 1991 sentencing, Deputy District Attorney Don Tamura said.
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September 20, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
An arraignment hearing for the bookkeeper accused of embezzling more than $1 million from thoroughbred horse trainer Charlie Whittingham has been postponed until Oct. 4. The hearing had been scheduled for Wednesday in Los Angeles Municipal Court. Sally Stubblefield, 54, is facing one charge of grand theft and nine charges of forgery in what has been described by police as a five-year scheme that allegedly included payroll checks written to Whittingham employees who did not exist.
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September 20, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE
An arraignment hearing for the bookkeeper accused of embezzling more than $1 million from thoroughbred horse trainer Charlie Whittingham has been postponed until Oct. 4. The hearing had been scheduled for Wednesday in Los Angeles Municipal Court. Sally Stubblefield, 54, is facing one charge of grand theft and nine charges of forgery in what has been described by police as a five-year scheme that allegedly included payroll checks written to Whittingham employees who did not exist.
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July 12, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Evidence that a race track hotwalker, who might normally earn $150 a week, was paid $12,000 a month is part of an investigation that may eventually show Charlie Whittingham was bilked out of up to $2 million in the last five years. The money, according to Whittingham's attorney, Richard Craigo, was taken from the 77-year-old trainer's payroll accounts, most of it in the form of paychecks that were issued to non-existent employees. The Sierra Madre Police Dept.
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February 13, 1991 | From Times Wire Services
A woman who worked as a bookkeeper for thoroughbred trainer Charles Whittingham was sentenced to four years in state prison today for embezzling nearly $1.5 million from him. Sally Ann Stubblefield, 54, was also ordered by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Reginald Dunn to pay Whittingham $150,000 restitution. Stubblefield pleaded no contest in November to one count of grand theft and three counts of forgery.
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July 13, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Trainer Charlie Whittingham has sued Bank of America in connection with the alleged scheme in which as much as $2 million might have been embezzled from his stable's payroll accounts. Whittingham's suit, filed in Superior Court in Pasadena, says that Bank of America was negligent in cashing many of the checks, which were issued in the past five years. Police investigators say that many of the checks were made out to non-existent stable employees.
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October 6, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Mabee's last name is pronounced maybe , and he's still using that word to describe Best Pal's chances of running in the $1-million Breeders' Cup Juvenile at Belmont Park three weeks from today. When Eastern Echo, the best 2-year-old colt in the East, was retired this week after a training injury at Belmont, the gates opened for many owners and trainers to reconsider the Breeders' Cup.
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August 22, 1995 | MARYANN HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The former bookkeeper for horse trainers Bill Shoemaker and Craig Lewis is being investigated by Arcadia police for allegedly embezzling more than $215,000, The Times has learned. Lewis, most recently known for his horse Larry The Legend, told police his bookkeeper of 10 years, Susan Bradley of Arcadia, has stolen at least $200,000 from him over the past four years.
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July 12, 1990 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Evidence that a race track hotwalker, who might normally earn $150 a week, was paid $12,000 a month is part of an investigation that may eventually show Charlie Whittingham was bilked out of up to $2 million in the last five years. The money, according to Whittingham's attorney, Richard Craigo, was taken from the 77-year-old trainer's payroll accounts, most of it in the form of paychecks that were issued to non-existent employees. The Sierra Madre Police Dept.
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