From Local News 8, “On Monday morning, the former Idaho State University student and employee who pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $116,000 from the school over the course of four years starting in 2012, learned his sentence. embezzlement
Judge Naftz sentenced Tyler Liddle to 14 years of probation, where he will have to pay back every cent from the $116,791.57 he stole from the Universtiy using hundreds of fake invoices and receipts disguised as club organizations or groups needing money.
“This is awfully criminal bookkeeping, I mean, holy cow,” Judge Naftz said. “Because of the repeated criminal acts time and time again, I don’t think it’s appropriate to give you withheld judgment and you’re going to have to live with that conviction right now.”
During the sentencing, Liddle was cooperative and at one point apologized for not only stealing from ISU, but also the possible ripple effects that could have had on the local economy.”