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Paskenta tribal leader: Guilty pleas are 'vindication' for Tribe after millions stolen

Kelli Saam August 16, 2019

 

Former Northstate tribal leaders with the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians have pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to embezzle millions of dollars from the tribe.

The defendants are the former Tribal Economic Development Director, John A. Crosby, 56, of Redding; the former Tribal Administrator Ines S. Crosby, 76, of Orland; and the former Tribal Treasurer Leslie A. Lohse, 64, of Glenn.

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