by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Former Guam Chamber of Commerce bookkeeper Nicole Nededog was sentenced to 30 months behind bars for bank fraud. According to news files, Nededog was initially indicted on 90 counts of bank fraud for altering chamber checks and embezzling more than $351,000. She admitted to writing checks that were drawn on the Chamber's Operating and Armed Forces Committee accounts.
The court will recommend that she be incarcerated at Dublin, California and upon release from prison be placed on supervised release for five years. She was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of more than $282,000. Nededog will be allowed to self surrender to U.S. Marshals upon designation by the Bureau of Prisons.