A former LA Weight Loss employee, who was in prison for a credit card refund scam while she worked as a customer service supervisor for LA Weight Loss in Horsham, was convicted of a new scheme to smuggle prescription drugs into prison. Her partner was serving time was serving an 18- to 45-year prison term for stealing prescription pain medications from cancer patients.
Source: Prisoner to get added time for smuggling drugs
“A Hatboro woman will serve probation for conspiring with another woman to smuggle prescription drugs into the Montgomery County Correctional facility where they were inmates last year.
“Lisa Sauter, 35, of the 2700 block of Kentner Road, was sentenced in county court to four years’ probation after she pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to violate state drug laws…
“Tressler said the probationary period will run consecutively to the one- to four-year prison term Sauter received in connection with a probation violation stemming from a separate 2004 conviction in a theft-related case…
“Sauter, according to court records, pleaded guilty in 2004 to a charge of theft by deception and was sentenced to seven years’ probation in connection with her role in a credit card refund scheme while she worked as a customer service supervisor for LA Weight Loss in Horsham.
Authorities alleged Sauter stole more than $21,600 during her involvement in the scheme…
Sauter admitted to the violations and a judge revoked her previous probationary sentence and imposed the one- to four-year prison term against her.”
The LA Weight Loss Human Resource Department must be very proud.