A former bank accountant was Friday sentenced to 20 years in jail after the Phra Khanong Provincial Court found her guilty of having siphoned Bt65.867 million from four customers’ accounts.
The court found Suparas Pipitthaweewong guilty of collaborating with others to forge documents to transfer money from four bank customers to her accounts for 123 times from October 2006 to July 2007 for Bt65.867 million.
The court initially sentenced her to 492 years in jail but commuted the sentence by half to 246 years. But the law did not a person to be jailed longer than 20 years for document forgery so she was sentenced to serve 20 years in jail and repay the stolen money.
CR : The Nation