On February 8, Christopher Mulhall, former secretary-treasurer of International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 264, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to five months of home detention and 36 months of probation for wire fraud and embezzlement against the Hampton-based union in the sum of $57,310. He already has paid full restitution. Mulhall had pleaded guilty late last May after being charged earlier that month. The case has ensnared a number of top people in the union. In January, former President Benjamin Wisecarver pleaded guilty to wire fraud. And last November, husband and wife Dennis and Dorian Nicely, respectively, former local vice president and former business agent, pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges. The actions follow an investigation by the Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards and Office of Inspector General.