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Warrenton Area Lawyer Gets Prison Time For Embezzlement

Warrenton Area Lawyer Gets Prison Time For Embezzlement

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An attorney from the Warrenton area has been sentenced to six years in prison for embezzling from an elderly client and her estate. 67-year-old James Kincheloe Jr. of Fauquier County has been sentenced in Fairfax County Circuit Court. A judge determined that Kincheloe stole nearly $484,000 from a 90-year old client and her estate over a three year period. Kincehloe is currently serving a six-month sentence after he failed to file state income tax returns.

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