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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Filipina Gets Two-Year Prison Sentence for Stealing $100,000 from US Base

A Filipina was sentenced to two years in prison by a United States federal court for stealing nearly $100,000 from a US Naval base in Japan in 2015. 60-year old Cynthia Lopez Creseni pleaded guilty to theft of public money in a court Kansas City last August of 2017. She stole $99,068 from the Morale Welfare and Recreation Center at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan.    Working as lead cashier in the recreation center, it was Creseni who initially reported $112,300 missing from a safe after she returned from a vacation in the United States. Shortly afterward, she fled to the Philippines, where she is a citizen.    Creseni entered the United States in July 2015 and overstayed her USA visitor visa. She was arrested in January 2017 in Overland Park, Kansas. No information is given about how she got her visitor visa from the US.  Prior to the theft, Creseni had worked in various jobs at Yokosuka Naval Base since 2000. She was living in Japan on a civilian visa at the time of the incident.    An interview by an NCIS special agent revealed that Creseni first stole $1,000 to help a sick relative in the Philippines. Creseni stated that she continued to take money over the course of six months, and falsified audit documents that made the money appear as if it were accounted for during official audits.    She spent the money on family members, plane tickets and an apartment in Yokosuka, Japan. It is not known if she spent some of the stolen money for her legal fees.    Sponsored Links  Creseni claims that she kept a false identity in Japan hoping to marry a Japanese citizen. She was already married in the Philippines. Creseni said her actual name is Blesilda de Guzman Fernando, though that has not been verified.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE}   Apart from her conviction of two years, Creseni is facing deportation to the Philippines after serving her full sentence.    source: NavyTimes, Stripes, Seattle Times

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A Filipina was sentenced to two years in prison by a United States federal court for stealing nearly $100,000 from a US Naval base in Japan in 2015. 60-year old Cynthia Lopez Creseni pleaded guilty to theft of public money in a court Kansas City last August of 2017. She stole $99,068 from the Morale Welfare and Recreation Center at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan.
A Filipina was sentenced to two years in prison by a United States federal court for stealing nearly $100,000 from a US Naval base in Japan in 2015. 60-year old Cynthia Lopez Creseni pleaded guilty to theft of public money in a court Kansas City last August of 2017. She stole $99,068 from the Morale Welfare and Recreation Center at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan.    Working as lead cashier in the recreation center, it was Creseni who initially reported $112,300 missing from a safe after she returned from a vacation in the United States. Shortly afterward, she fled to the Philippines, where she is a citizen.    Creseni entered the United States in July 2015 and overstayed her USA visitor visa. She was arrested in January 2017 in Overland Park, Kansas. No information is given about how she got her visitor visa from the US.  Prior to the theft, Creseni had worked in various jobs at Yokosuka Naval Base since 2000. She was living in Japan on a civilian visa at the time of the incident.    An interview by an NCIS special agent revealed that Creseni first stole $1,000 to help a sick relative in the Philippines. Creseni stated that she continued to take money over the course of six months, and falsified audit documents that made the money appear as if it were accounted for during official audits.    She spent the money on family members, plane tickets and an apartment in Yokosuka, Japan. It is not known if she spent some of the stolen money for her legal fees.    Sponsored Links  Creseni claims that she kept a false identity in Japan hoping to marry a Japanese citizen. She was already married in the Philippines. Creseni said her actual name is Blesilda de Guzman Fernando, though that has not been verified.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE}   Apart from her conviction of two years, Creseni is facing deportation to the Philippines after serving her full sentence.    source: NavyTimes, Stripes, Seattle Times
Aerial view of Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan. Source: Wikipedia Commons

Working as lead cashier in the recreation center, it was Creseni who initially reported $112,300 missing from a safe after she returned from a vacation in the United States. Shortly afterward, she fled to the Philippines, where she is a citizen.

Creseni entered the United States in July 2015 and overstayed her USA visitor visa. She was arrested in January 2017 in Overland Park, Kansas. No information is given about how she got her visitor visa from the US.
A Filipina was sentenced to two years in prison by a United States federal court for stealing nearly $100,000 from a US Naval base in Japan in 2015. 60-year old Cynthia Lopez Creseni pleaded guilty to theft of public money in a court Kansas City last August of 2017. She stole $99,068 from the Morale Welfare and Recreation Center at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan.    Working as lead cashier in the recreation center, it was Creseni who initially reported $112,300 missing from a safe after she returned from a vacation in the United States. Shortly afterward, she fled to the Philippines, where she is a citizen.    Creseni entered the United States in July 2015 and overstayed her USA visitor visa. She was arrested in January 2017 in Overland Park, Kansas. No information is given about how she got her visitor visa from the US.  Prior to the theft, Creseni had worked in various jobs at Yokosuka Naval Base since 2000. She was living in Japan on a civilian visa at the time of the incident.    An interview by an NCIS special agent revealed that Creseni first stole $1,000 to help a sick relative in the Philippines. Creseni stated that she continued to take money over the course of six months, and falsified audit documents that made the money appear as if it were accounted for during official audits.    She spent the money on family members, plane tickets and an apartment in Yokosuka, Japan. It is not known if she spent some of the stolen money for her legal fees.    Sponsored Links  Creseni claims that she kept a false identity in Japan hoping to marry a Japanese citizen. She was already married in the Philippines. Creseni said her actual name is Blesilda de Guzman Fernando, though that has not been verified.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE}   Apart from her conviction of two years, Creseni is facing deportation to the Philippines after serving her full sentence.    source: NavyTimes, Stripes, Seattle Times
An image of the gambling machines at the Morale Welfare and Recreation Center. Source: stripes.com

Prior to the theft, Creseni had worked in various jobs at Yokosuka Naval Base since 2000. She was living in Japan on a civilian visa at the time of the incident.

An interview by an NCIS special agent revealed that Creseni first stole $1,000 to help a sick relative in the Philippines. Creseni stated that she continued to take money over the course of six months, and falsified audit documents that made the money appear as if it were accounted for during official audits.

She spent the money on family members, plane tickets and an apartment in Yokosuka, Japan. It is not known if she spent some of the stolen money for her legal fees.
A Filipina was sentenced to two years in prison by a United States federal court for stealing nearly $100,000 from a US Naval base in Japan in 2015. 60-year old Cynthia Lopez Creseni pleaded guilty to theft of public money in a court Kansas City last August of 2017. She stole $99,068 from the Morale Welfare and Recreation Center at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan.    Working as lead cashier in the recreation center, it was Creseni who initially reported $112,300 missing from a safe after she returned from a vacation in the United States. Shortly afterward, she fled to the Philippines, where she is a citizen.    Creseni entered the United States in July 2015 and overstayed her USA visitor visa. She was arrested in January 2017 in Overland Park, Kansas. No information is given about how she got her visitor visa from the US.  Prior to the theft, Creseni had worked in various jobs at Yokosuka Naval Base since 2000. She was living in Japan on a civilian visa at the time of the incident.    An interview by an NCIS special agent revealed that Creseni first stole $1,000 to help a sick relative in the Philippines. Creseni stated that she continued to take money over the course of six months, and falsified audit documents that made the money appear as if it were accounted for during official audits.    She spent the money on family members, plane tickets and an apartment in Yokosuka, Japan. It is not known if she spent some of the stolen money for her legal fees.    Sponsored Links  Creseni claims that she kept a false identity in Japan hoping to marry a Japanese citizen. She was already married in the Philippines. Creseni said her actual name is Blesilda de Guzman Fernando, though that has not been verified.    {OR INSERT ANOTHER 3-5 IMAGES OR VIDEO HERE}   Apart from her conviction of two years, Creseni is facing deportation to the Philippines after serving her full sentence.    source: NavyTimes, Stripes, Seattle Times
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Creseni claims that she kept a false identity in Japan hoping to marry a Japanese citizen. She was already married in the Philippines. Creseni said her actual name is Blesilda de Guzman Fernando, though that has not been verified.

Apart from her conviction of two years, Creseni is facing deportation to the Philippines after serving her full sentence.

source: NavyTimes, Stripes, Seattle Times

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