Winchester man is sentenced for embezzlement and money laundering

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An email from Virginia Attorney General Miyares confirms and applauds the sentencing of a Winchester man on embezzlement and money laundering charges.

The sentencing stems from Andrew T. Hahn’s embezzlement and money laundering scheme from the Harrisonburg-Community Services Board.

Hahn has been accused of embezzling over $890,000 by creating false invoices for computer purchases made by his solely owned Anchored Technology LLC.

Over $720,000 of those funds were used by Hahn for personal purchases from 2019 to 2021.

After the investigation following Hahn’s October 2021 arrest he agreed to plead guilty.

The guilty plea involved five counts of embezzlement and one count of money laundering without agreement as to sentencing.

The Circuit Court in Harrisonburg sentenced Hahn to 20 years on each embezzlement count with 17 years suspended.

The court sentenced Hahn to 40 years on the money laundering charge with time suspended with over $189,000 in restitution.

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