From top left: Lynn Hogan, Christina Huffman, and Michele Lavin. From bottom left: Michael Anzivino, Vincent Anzivino, and Leanna Harada.
Wendy Anzivino Puchli, Richard Kaplinski, and Michael Elliott are not pictured.

In the continuing fallout from the embezzlement of $2.1 million from the county’s Public Works department, seven of the nine charged have pleaded guilty. Two were dropped from the case. Lynn Hogan, who diverted the funds as a longtime accountant for the department, was given a nine-year sentence. On June 27, Michael Anzivino, who was perceived as the ringleader behind the scheme, was sentenced to 13 years and eight months.


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