Former School Bookkeeper Learns Her Sentence

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By CBS 8 News

A former school bookkeeper convicted of stealing thousands from her school in Selma learns her fate.

According to District Attorney Michael Jackson, Janet Ellison received a 12-month suspended sentence.  She was placed on two years of supervised probation and ordered to pay $55,000 restitution plus $19,000 to the school for attorney's fees.

In October, Ellison was convicted of misapplication of property at Morgan Academy, a private school in Selma.



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