dallas, tx — The former Collin Street Bakery Comptroller has pleaded guilty in federal court to embezzlement charges.
Sandy Jenkins, 65, pleaded guilty Tuesday to three counts of a 22-count indictment against him. Those charges, which Jenkins pleaded guilty to, are mail fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and false statements to a financial institution.
Jenkins was arrested in August 2013 on accusations that he used his check-writing authority to write nearly 900 false checks, stealing more than $16 million dollars from the bakery.
Sentencing for Jenkins is set for September 3.