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Woman guilty of stealing from WCHS

A former Warren County High School color guard leader has avoided jail time, but has been ordered to repay most of the money she stole from the organization’s account to buy things ranging from gasoline to cigarettes.
The instructor, Jennifer Fisher, was granted a two-year judicial diversion by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley on the charge of felony theft. As part of the sentence which will leave Fisher on probation for the next two years, she will be required to make $2,851 restitution to the Band Booster Club and perform 40 hours public service work. The diversion means ...


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