NEW YORK — The trial of a former Saks Fifth Avenue jewelry saleswoman accused of inappropriately discounting high-end pieces in order to boost her commissions was postponed last week and is set to be taken up in New York Supreme Court here on July 14.
Cecille Villacorta was charged in a 316-count grand jury indictment of, in effect, stealing more than $1 million in merchandise from 2000 to 2006. The charges include grand larceny and falsifying business records.
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