A judge is set to sentence four more former Pilot Flying J employees for their part in a scheme to rip off some diesel fuel customers.
In April 2013, federal agents raided Pilot's West Knoxville headquarters looking for evidence of the scheme, which involved a conspiracy to short some commercial fuel customers of promised rebates.
After the raid, fourteen former Pilot employees pleaded guilty, including Jay Stinnett. Arnie Ralenkotter and John Spiewak.
On Wednesday, a Chattanooga judge will determine their punishment.
Three executives were found guilty in a federal trial in February. Fourteen former employees had already pleaded guilty, and some testified at trial.
One of the most prominent in the case--is the former president of Pilot Flying J. Mark Hazelwood has been convicted and faces 12 and a half years in prison.