Former UPMC manager gets federal prison for fraud

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A man who managed the facilities at a University of Pittsburgh Medical Center hospital must spend 14 months in prison for using a business credit card to make more than $70,000 worth of personal purchases.

Forty-nine-year-old Timothy Mangis, of North Fayette Township, was facilities manager at Magee-Womens Hospital when he used the UPMC card to pay for his own car repairs, and to buy appliances, electronic equipment and building materials.

He pleaded guilty in January and was sentenced Wednesday by a federal judge in Pittsburgh.

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