New Carlisle man convicted after scamming $2 million from his employer


A New Carlisle man has been convicted after prosecutors say he concocted a sceme in which sent fraudulent bills to his employer totaling more than $2,000,000.

According to evidence presented at the federal trial, Kevin Clinton, 62, was employed as the Chief Information Officer at a business in South Bend.

From about March 2012 through October 2017, he incorporated a phony business and used a virtual office to submit the fraudulent billings to his employer.

Not realzing they were being scammed, Clinton’s employer then sent checks to his virtual office as payment for the “fake” services.

He was convicted on four counts of mail fraud.

Clinton is set for sentencing in late August.


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