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Bon-Ton cashier found guilty of theft scheme

December 21, 2005|by ERIN CUNNINGHAM

A Bon-Ton cashier was found guilty Tuesday in Washington County District Court of plotting to steal money from a register, according to court documents.

Amanda Nicole Rice, 18, of 17461 General Lee Drive in Sharpsburg, pleaded guilty to theft scheme and was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with 90 days suspended, documents state. Twelve counts of theft were dismissed.

Rice also was sentenced to one year of unsupervised probation and ordered to pay nearly $200 in restitution to Bon-Ton at Valley Mall, documents state.

A store supervisor discovered the theft in September after the supervisor said Rice stole from her assigned registers 13 times, documents state. Rice was accused of stealing $170 and wearing a pair of store sneakers without permission and "soiling them," documents state.

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The reported thefts began in August, documents state.

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