KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A woman who pleaded guilty to four counts of money laundering while defrauding Associated Wholesale Grocers here was sentenced to six months home detention and three years probation, reports said last week. Arlene Francis was among four defendants facing federal charges related to a scheme to submit phony invoices to AWG for services that were not rendered. Another defendant, Aponte Gomez, was sentenced to 37 months in prison, while two others are awaiting sentencing. ...

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