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St. Joseph Woman Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud Charge

A St. Joseph woman pleaded guilty to one of 52 federal counts filed against her for allegedly using a company credit card for personal use.
(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) A St. Joseph woman pleaded guilty to one of 52 federal counts filed against her for allegedly using a company credit card for personal use.

Vicky McDonell pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud yesterday in federal court.
  
Prosecutors say McDonell used a company issued credit card for personal purchases including a 2007 stay at the elms resort in excelsior springs.
  
McDonell was a part owner and treasurer of MPC billboards and Max Pro Consultants of Savannah.
  
Prosecutors will dismiss the other 51 counts.
  
She could face up to 20 years in prison.

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