Yale University Jamie Petrone Codrington: A piece of shocking news is coming into the headlines that have been gaining everyone’s attention around the world. Yes, you read it right and it is about a former Yale University of Medicine administrator who stole $40 million in computers and electronics from school to fund her luxurious lifestyle. The news of this incident has left shocked everyone. The news has been going viral on social media platforms as well where the netizens are also expressing their curiosity to know the whole matter. Thousands of people are making searches online to get the exact details regarding the matter. In this section, we are going to give you all details about the incident so stay tuned. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Yale University Jamie Petrone Codrington
As per the exclusive reports, a former Yale University of Medicine administrator has admitted to stealing $40 million worth of computers and electronics tools from the institution, which she later sold to fund her luxurious lifestyle including multiple homes, supercars, and international holidays. The former Yale University of Medicine administrator who has been identified as Jamie Petrone-Codrington aged 42 from Lithia Springs, Georgia was convicted of federal wire fraud and tax charges connected to her years-long scheme, on Monday.
She is expected to be sentenced to around 23 years in jail for her crimes on 29 June, the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut said in a released statement. As per the court documents and statements, starting in 2008, Petrone-Codrington served at the Yale University School of Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine. Most recently, she served as the director of finance and administration. As part of her job, She was allowed to make purchases for her department below $10,000.
Beginning in the year 2013, she ordered, or had her staffers order, millions of dollars in of electronics, such as Microsoft Surface Pro tablets, iPads, from the vendors of Yale with the use of the school funds and arranged to ship the goods to an out-of-state trade in exchange for money, which she later pocketed, as per the documents. According to the scheme, she wrongfully represented on Yale internal forms and that equipment was for Yale Med needs, such as medical studies in mails. She also broke up fraudulent purchases into orders under the $10,000 threshold that would need additional approval. If we will get more details about the case, we will let you know for sure. Stay tuned with us for further updates.