Mark Hazelwood, former President of Pilot Flying J, is "innocent", sentenced, appeals
Mark Hazelwood (right), Jimmy Haslam, Pilot CEO (left), person in middle is unidentified
Updated Sept. 27th
Mark Hazelwood was sentenced to 12.5 years. He could have gotten 14. He filed an appeal and still says he is innocent.
The official one-page court record of Mark Hazelwood’s sentence is linked here:
Prosecutors anticipate charging 25 more persons in Pilot Flying J criminal conspiracy:
The Judge's sentencing schedule for 17 former Pilot employees who are guilty of crimes is linked here:
Updated Aug. 5th
As of Aug. 3rd, no appeal has been filed by Hazelwood.
According to the court record, Hazelwood stole $10,405,836 in customer money. A line-by-line breakdown by customer is three-pages long, is dated Aug. 1st and is linked here:
The Federal case number 3:16-cr-00020-CLC-HBG.
Heather Jones, a former Account Representative of Pilot, will also be sentenced on Aug. 22nd with Hazelwood.
She stole $5,448,497 in customer money over the same five-year period as Hazelwood.
Her customer list of accumulated theft is two-pages and is linked here: