The former manager of a downtown San Francisco movie theater was convicted Thursday of embezzling $300,000 from the theater between 2001 and 2004, the district attorney’s office said today. Prosecutors said Kenneth Kintsley, 42, skimmed the money from daily receipts at the San Francisco Loews Metreon Theater between September 2001 and January 2004, and then tried to hide the fraud by altering computer records and his tax filings. After a five-week trial, a jury convicted Kintsley of embezzlement, grand theft, altering computer data and tax fraud, according to the district attorney’s office. Kintsley faces a maximum seven years and eight months in prison at his sentencing June 11.
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