Nov. 25: Timothy Toohey, a Lewiston attorney, gets 33 months in federal prison for embezzling $202,000 from the Seneca Nation of Indians.

Nov. 22: Candice L. McCrae, 63, of Buffalo, admits stealing $66,650 from an Orchard Park food wholesaler.

Nov. 21: Melissa Kwoka, 44, of Lockport, gets six months in jail for stealing more than $102,000 from Planned Parenthood.

Oct. 7: Debora Gramza, 55, of Cheektowaga, pleads guilty to stealing $704,353 from Accadia Site Contracting of Depew.

July 22: Krystal T. Rains, a Kenmore bookkeeper, admits she stole $18,544 from Classic Fence and Lumber Co. Inc., Amherst, and also stole a customer’s $4,600 cash payment.

July 22: Debra A. Davis, 44, of Arcade, sentenced to 2∑ to seven years in prison for stealing $1.3 million from American Stainless Corp.

June 14: Mary Jane Hagler, 58, of Hamburg, admits stealing nearly $800,000 over 10 years from Pearce and Pearce Co., a property company.

April 12: Elizabeth Losardo, former treasurer of a PTO at Orchard Park Middle School, and her husband Daniel J. Losardo, both of Hamburg, sentenced to five years’ probation for stealing $29,532 from the organization.

March 25: Pamela M. Blood, a 56-year-old paralegal from Lockport, gets 16 months to four years in state prison for stealing $311,000 from a 77-year-old widow.

Feb. 1: Charmesa Brown, 40, of Cheektowaga, gets 1∑to four years in prison for stealing $110,174 from a resident of an Amherst assisted-living and retirement home.

Jan. 28: David M. Mascio, 43, of Derby, sentenced to probation and ordered to pay restitution for stealing more than $13,000 from the Lakeshore Youth Football League, where he served as league president and treasurer.

Jan. 28: Susan Jablonski, 42, given conditional discharge and ordered to perform 250 hours of community service for making unauthorized withdrawals from the bank account of Cayuga Heights Elementary School PTO.