A 69-year-old woman accused of stealing millions of dollars from an Oahu non-profit pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday.
Lola Jean Amorin is accused of taking $7 million from The Arc in Hawaii, a non-profit that provides services for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Amorin is charged with theft, computer fraud, and money laundering, among other charges. Trial is scheduled for Jan. 5.
Prosecutors say this is one of the worst cases of embezzlement in the city's history. City prosecutor Keith Kaneshiro says the computer charges carry mandatory prison terms of up to 20 years.
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