York woman charged with wire fraud

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A York woman accused of taking approximately $80,000 from her brother-in-law’s bank and retirement accounts, without authorization, while acting as his power-of-attorney is being charged with wire fraud the the US Attorney’s Office in Harrisburg. Nancy Sipe, 47, allegedly used the money to pay for vacations and for personal and private financial gain.
If convicted, Sipe faces a term of imprisonment of up to 20 years and a $250,000 fine.