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Nora Springs woman accused of theft from athletic club for kids gets probation

NORTHWOOD – A Nora Springs woman accused of in Worth county of stealing from a booster club has been given probation along with a deferred judgement.

Manly, Iowa police charged 37-year-old Autumn Dillavou with third-degree theft. Allegedly, she stole over $9,300 from the Central Springs booster club for athletics. The alleged theft took place in May of 2016.

Dillavou entered a guilty plea this week. She was sentenced in a deferred judgement to one year of probation on the third-degree theft charge. She must pay $805.50 in fines and court costs; a judge suspended half of her fine.


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Who says crime doesn’t pay?

$9,300 – $402.75 = $8,897.25
Looks like it pays to me.

Did the judge not know how to spell restitution?

Great post! Who was the judge?

Probation………what a surprise.

The bank she worked at the time this happened should probably go through their books

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