Friday, June 14, 2013

Parker pleads no contest
A former bank teller and the wife of a longtime Washington County Treasurer plead no contest to the charges of embezzlement from her former job on Thursday. Vickie Parker worked at Grundy National Bank at the Abingdon branch. As part of her plea Parker will get two years of supervised probation and two years in prison that were suspended. Parker was accused of embezzlement after her cashierís drawer came out 10-thousand dollars short in May of 2012. The money was returned within 24-hours with Parker first telling authorities she needed the money to help her mother then saying she didnít know why she decided to take the money. (CC)

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