Feds: Agent to Packers players stole $1.9 million
MILWAUKEE -- Stacy Jenson rubbed elbows with some of Wisconsin's elite athletes in her years as a sports marketing agent, but a federal indictment released Tuesday alleges she used her position to steal $1.9 million from her employer and a ticket broker.
Jenson faces 17 counts of wire, mail and credit card fraud. The indictment details how she stole from her employer, Industrial Electric Wire & Cable, Inc., by making unauthorized charges on several company credit cards. In addition, the complaint said she fraudulently obtained a $68,000 loan through Titletown Tickets.
The FBI began looking into Jenson in early 2012, not long after the I-TEAM reported on her involvement with the Greg Jennings Foundation.
At a charity golf tournament sponsored by Jennings' group, Michelle Maciosek bid $12,000 on a trip to a Packers game on the team jet. That trip was arranged by Jenson's company, Elite Sports.
After Maciosek made multiple failed attempts to take that trip, the I-TEAM discovered the Packers never endorsed the trip and it was not possible.
Jenson could not be reached at her home in Waterford. Her court-appointed attorney said Tuesday she would plead not guilty.
If convicted on all counts, she could spend the rest of her life in prison.