Former Employee Pleads Guilty to Theft from Non-Profit

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Updated: 1/31 11:17 am
The third employee to be accused of stealing money from a local non-profit has pleaded guilty to the charges.

Thursday, Mindi Etcheverry entered a guilty plea to the charge of petit theft after taking $2,400 from Aid for Friends in October of 2013. Etcheverry later returned $2,100 of the stolen money.

Magistrate Judge R. Todd Garbett sentenced Etcheverry to a fine of just over $450, a 60-day suspended jail sentence, six months of probation and $300 in restitution to be paid to the non-profit.

Last year, Leslie Briggs was sentenced to over 20 months in prison for stealing over $100,000 for the organization. And, earlier this month, Barbara Waters was sentenced to five months in prison for her theft from Aid for Friends.

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