Monday, April 08, 2013

She Got Off With 500- Dollars In Restitution For Theft
A former public school bookkeeper will be sentenced June 21st on her best-interest plea to stealing school funds. Itís reported that 40-year-old Tabitha Tolley Street entered an Alford plea to charges of official misconduct and theft over 1-thousand dollars from Valley Forge Elementary School. An audit found 85-hundred dollars from several fundraising collections at the school had been misappropriated and financial records were manipulated to conceal the thefts. Under the plea entered Wednesday, Street does not admit guilt, but conceded the state has sufficient evidence to win a conviction. Carter County Criminal Court Judge Robert Cupp ordered Street to pay 500-dollars in restitution to the school and 2-thousand for the public defender as well as a fine of 25-dollars plus court costs on both charges. (bg)

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