Feds: Agent to Packers players stole $1.9 million

Feds: Agent to Packers players stole $1.9 million

By Steve Chamraz. CREATED Apr 15, 2014

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. 
Steve Chamraz

Steve Chamraz

Email Facebook Twitter
When he joined TODAY’S TMJ4 in 2011, Steve Chamraz returned to the place where his career began. These days, Steve anchors “Live at 3:00” and “Live at 4:00” and contributes to the TODAY’S TMJ4 I-Team.