Arrow-right Camera
News >  Pacific Northwest

Montana man who embezzled from construction firm sentenced

BOZEMAN) – A Montana man who embezzled tens of thousands of dollars from a construction firm has received a four-year suspended sentence and must complete 100 hours of community service.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reported 46-year-old Kirk Hogan pleaded guilty Thursday to felony theft by embezzlement and has already paid back $222,500 to Dick Anderson Construction.

Prosecutors said he and his wife owned a rental home in Bozeman that was leased to the company to house employees under Hogan’s supervision. A review showed the home had never been used for that purpose, and the three people living there were Montana State University students.

Hogan, who was fired in June 2016, was accused of stealing the money between August 2011 and June 2016.


Subscribe to the Morning Review newsletter

Get the day’s top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning by subscribing to our newsletter

There was a problem subscribing you to the newsletter. Double check your email and try again, or email webteam@spokesman.com

You have been successfully subscribed!