Plea Deal in Timecard Fraud
A Hanford worker pleads guilty to time card fraud, after filling out time cards for nearly 3,000 hours she never worked.
Ronda Lee Stamper worked for CH2M Hill at Hanford's tank farms. According to the plea agreement, between 2003 and 2008 she filled out timecards for 8 hour shifts and often left early.
Court documents show the fraud was known by supervisors.
Stamper will be required to pay back nearly 120-thousand dollars. She'll be sentenced in March.