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Topic - Stephanie Marie Rose
A prominent Davenport real estate developer has started serving a one year prison sentence after being convicted of embezzling money from business partnerships he managed.
A Des Moines attorney who once led Iowa's Department of Public Safety has been confirmed as the top federal prosecutor in northern Iowa.
A judge sentenced a prominent Iowa real estate developer to one year in prison Friday for embezzling money from successful business ventures to prop up struggling investments and keep up a wealthy lifestyle.
Rose said she would recommend, but could not guarantee, that he serve the time at a minimum-security prison in Yankton, S.D.
She said Ruhl, the former owner of Ruhl and Ruhl Commercial, caused great stress to employees who were "roped into" the fraud scheme when he ordered them to create false financial statements to cover it up.