Guam - A former Wesco employee who allegedly sold cable and copper wire in exchange for cash was sentenced to five years probation. Anthony Manibusan admitted to wire fraud.
He and Pamela Dorian sold large quantities of Wesco's products to a scrap metal dealer for more than $43,000 and then allegedly created fictitious sales invoices claiming legitimate companies had ordered the supplies. Dorian was the customer service manager while Manibusan was a salesman and warehouseman. Dorion's sentencing was continued until April 1 as she needed to travel for medical reasons.
Restitution was also ordered in the amount of $140,000.