Fayetteville Woman Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Multi-Million Dollar Contract Fraud Schemes

A Fayetteville woman was sentenced yesterday to 108 months in prison. On September 30, 2021, Stephanie Dianna Elliott pleaded guilty in federal court to charges of wire fraud and money laundering arising out of schemes to defraud the United States Department of Defense and businesses in the Eastern District of North Carolina. Elliott also executed fraud schemes in connection with contracts with the State of North Carolina and other state governments.

Author: Mike Jackson