July 2, 2022


Beyond Automotive

DA’s auction sale yields $115,540 for local construction company

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The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Business has done an auction for the sale of goods seized as evidence for the duration of an embezzlement investigation, ensuing in $115,540 in victim restitution for Greg Wiemann Design.

The District Attorney’s Office secured the providers of SLOCAL Estate Auctions, Inc. to auction jewellery, watches, sporting activities memorabilia, designer footwear, purses, artwork, and other items seized as evidence throughout the felony investigation.

On March 16, 2021, Pleasure Noel Wilde of Atascadero was sentenced to 10 yrs and 4 months in prison for embezzling cash from her former employer, Greg Wiemann Development, around a 3-yr period of time.

The investigation discovered that Wilde experienced purchased many products working with stolen cash which integrated jewelry, watches, sports memorabilia, designer sneakers, purses and artwork. For quite a few of the products, the SLO County Sheriff’s Business was able to identify receipts and other proofs of buy.

To optimize the amount of money of restitution for the victim, the District Attorney’s Office sought and acquired a court get authorizing that the seized products be offered at auction and the proceeds offered to Greg Wiemann Development.

District Legal professional Dan Dow claimed, “The $115,540 in auction proceeds is a important move to offset the substantial economic loss inflicted by Ms. Wilde.” 

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