GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB)- We have new details in the case of the UF employee who cashed fraudulent checks in her name.
Tiffany Robinson has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for aggravated white collar crime and multiple related offenses.
Robinson was an employee of UF Transportation and Parking Services.
She was in charge of returning refunds for decals and dispute fines.
"We have fraudulent checks, transactions being passed all the time. Something like this through the University of Florida, I think the City of Gainesville had a case as well. Those are rare and we're hoping that they stay that way,” Deputy Chief Darry Lloyd, Spokesperson for the State Attorney Bill Cervone, said.
Robinson stole more than $350,000 over 4 years.
She has 10 years of probation following her sentence.
Multiple arrests have been made in this fraud case.