Jul 13, 2016 2:26 PM
Portsmouth woman who stole $108,800 from her boss gets another year added to sentence
BRENTWOOD — A Portsmouth woman serving prison time for stealing more than $108,800 from her boss will serve another year in prison for duping two superior court judges.
Danielle Rollins, 36, of Portsmouth pleaded guilty to two counts of falsifying physical evidence on Tuesday, according to The Union Leader.
Police said she used fake pay stubs to get released on bail. Prosecutors said she submitted the pay stubs during a May 28 bail hearing.
Rollins will serve 2 to 4 years in prison after pleading guilty to forgery and identity fraud charges for raiding the accounts of a Portsmouth consulting business.