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Cashier admits to stealing from Walmart
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A Walmart employee will have to pay back the money she stole, but will serve no jail time after she was caught skimming off the business where she worked.The woman, Kayla Mae Rutledge, 20, will get to have her criminal record erased provided she gets into no more trouble during her year on probation. She was allowed the judicial diversion by General Sessions Judge Bill Locke after she entered a guilty plea to the misdemeanor theft count. In addition to her probation, she will be required to make restitution in the amount of $1,265 to Walmart.Rutledge fell under suspicion when shortages were detected in the cash register she was running.