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Executive At Nonprofits Pleads Guilty to Stealing $2 million

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GREENBELT, Md. (AP) - A Florida man has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $2 million from two nonprofits at which he held executive positions.

Fifty-eight-year-old Michael Parry of Windermere entered the plea Thursday in federal court in Greenbelt, Maryland.

According to his plea agreement, Parry was executive director of the American Registry of Pathology, a nonprofit organization that supports pathology services in the armed forces. The organization has administrative offices in Rockville, Maryland, and Camden, Delaware.

Prosecutors say Parry was also treasurer of the International Registry of Pathology, a nonprofit that promotes the study of pathology in developing countries.

Authorities say Parry diverted payments to the nonprofits to a personal account he controlled.

Parry faces a maximum of 20 years in prison at sentencing on Dec. 18.

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