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Judge Sentences Onetime Tinsley Employee Convicted Of Fraud

Judge Sentences Onetime Tinsley Employee Convicted Of Fraud

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A onetime personal assistant for Charlottesville native and Dave Matthews Band violinist Boyd Tinsley will spend time behind bars for wire fraud.  Federal Judge Glenn Conrad has told former Tinsley employee Getty Andrew Rothenberg he’s getting 18 months. He will serve half of the sentence in prison, and the remainder will involve home confinement. The 39-year-old Rothenberg pleaded guilty last summer to the embezzlement.  He acknowledged inflating invoices .

 

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