Former Wings To Go CEO Sentenced to 2 Years for Embezzlement
The former CEO pleaded guilty to charges of embezzlement in July. He was sentenced Wednesday.
The former CEO of Wings To Go was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison for embezzling more than $885,000 from the fast-food chain to pay for phone sex and prostitutes.
Mark Chandler Goodnow, 56, of Pasadena, was sentenced Wednesday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, according to The Capital. He will also be under three years of supervised probation after he is released, and was ordered to pay back all the money he embezzled from the company.
Goodnow pleaded guilty in July to charges of embezzlement. He was indicted in June for writing hundreds of unauthorized corporate checks totaling more than $885,000 to pay three women from Texas for phone sex, to pay the expenses of one of the women and to pay prostitutes in Maryland, according to a news release issued in June.
Goodnow was the president and chief executive officer of the fast food franchise Wings to Go, based in Severna Park, from September 2006 to January 2011.