Carrie Coakley, of Westhampton Beach, pleaded guilty Monday to grand larceny and fraud for her role in an $82 million mortgage stacking scheme that her husband, , and former Suffolk County Legis. have also pleaded guilty to.
Coakley entered her plea before Judge James F.X. Doyle in Suffolk County Criminal Court.
According to Bob Clifford, the spokesman for the Suffolk County District attorney's office, Coakley entered the plea as part of an "agreement that at sentencing she will receive a split sentence of six months in jail and five years probation, or if she’s eligible, a sentence of 840 hours of community service."
She is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 30.
In late November, MacPherson, who is the former owner of in Westhampton Beach, entered a guilty plea on 45 counts in return for a sentence cap of four to 12 years. His sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 25.
Guldi was sentenced in September after pleading guilty in July to He received, as part of a plea agreement, eight and one-third to 25 years in prison to run concurrently with a previous sentence of four to 12 years.