LYNCHBURG, Va. - A Lynchburg woman has been sentenced to eight months in prison for illegally charging nearly $152,000 on Dominion Virginia Power credit cards.
A federal judge on Friday also ordered 45-year-old Dianna Maria Mobley to make restitution and serve seven months of home confinement after her release from prison.
Mobley previously pleaded guilty to a single count of credit card fraud.
According to prosecutors, Mobley was an employee of NAES, a company that provided services for Dominion at the Alta Vista Power Station. She had access to a variety of power company credit cards, which she used to buy 422 gift cards, a lawn mower, a utility trailer, personal computers and other items.
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