Lockman Set For Release

By: Benjamin J. Gohs, Associate Editor
bgohs@boynegazette.com
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Karla Sue Lockman

A little over six years after the embezzlement scandal which brought one Northern Michigan business to ruin, the culprit is about to be released.

Karla Sue Lockman, 41, formerly of Boyne City, is scheduled to be released on a 24-month parole term beginning Sept. 20. And, while society’s debt has arguably been paid, some of those impacted by Lockman’s actions are still struggling their wake.

Lockman is currently housed at the Huron Valley Complex women’s prison in Washtenaw County.

She is being released nearly five years ahead of the maximum discharge date of her sentence which would have been 2016.

Lockman was found guilty in 2006 of embezzlement, and is thought to have stolen nearly $860,000 from the Northern Preferred Title Company of Charlevoix.

Lockman was found guilty in 2006 of embezzlement, and is thought to have stolen nearly $860,000 from the Northern Preferred Title Company of Charlevoix.

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