Carrie Oakly, a woman involved in an $82 million mortgage-stacking scheme in the Hamptons was sentenced to 840 hours of community service and 5 years probation.
Coakley pleaded guilty last December to grand larceny and fraud.
Her husband, Donald MacPherson, as well as George Guldi were also charged in the mortgage stacking scheme that sent shock waves through the community of Westhampton.
On August 31, George Guldi appeared before Judge James F.X. Doyle and was sentenced to one to three years after pleading guilty in July to 34 counts of grand larceny and one count of scheme to defraud. He is currently serving a four-to-12-year sentence for an earlier conviction of insurance fraud and grand larceny. He is currently serving his prison sentence at Woodbourne Correctional Facility in Sullivan County.