Man admits stealing $800,000 in tax refundsA Hampstead man...

April 19, 1995

Man admits stealing $800,000 in tax refunds

A Hampstead man has admitted stealing more than $800,000 in tax refunds checks from a payroll services firm, prosecutors said.

George Kibbe II, 39, pleaded guilty Monday to the interstate transportation of stolen property. Sentencing was set for July 11.

Mr. Kibbe was employed by Ceridian Corp. as an accounting clerk at its Baltimore County office, which received the tax refund checks from the Internal Revenue Service and state taxing authorities, according to a stipulation of facts contained in a plea bargain agreement.

Mr. Kibbe admitted depositing more than $800,000 in checks into bank accounts he opened.

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