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Dublin woman jailed

A Dublin woman who admitted embezzling more than $2,000 from McDonalds will serve three months of a six-year sentence on home electronic monitoring.
In addition to the embezzlement charge, 28-year-old Kelly Marie Sullivan Duncan pleaded guilty under a plea agreement to two counts for check forgery and three counts of uttering forged checks. She faced a maximum sentence of 70 years in prison.
According to Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Bobby Lilly, Duncan was in charge of making a night deposit at the restaurant’s bank Sept. 3, 2006, but the deposit was never made. When questioned about the deposit, Duncan claimed to have made it.
However, Lilly said, a person who was staying at Duncan’s residence at that time acknowledged seeing the deposit bag at the residence. He said police were told a portion of the deposit was used to purchase drugs.
Duncan’s other charges stemmed from checks she and a co-defendant are accused of forging and uttering. The checks apparently were taken from the co-defendant’s mother, Lilly said.
The prosecutor said three of the checks were made payable to Duncan and two were written to Food Lion. The checks totaled $254.
Judge Colin Gibb sentenced Duncan to six years on each of the six charges. However, he ordered that the charges run concurrently (at the same time), leaving Duncan with a total of six years. All but three months of the sentence was suspended and Duncan was placed on three years of supervised probation.
In accordance with the plea agreement, Duncan will be able to serve the active sentence through home electronic monitoring.
Duncan also was ordered to make restitution to McDonalds and the owner of the checks.

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Dublin woman jailed

A Dublin woman who admitted embezzling more than $2,000 from McDonalds will serve three months of a six-year sentence on home electronic monitoring.
In addition to the embezzlement charge, 28-year-old Kelly Marie Sullivan Duncan pleaded guilty under a plea agreement to two counts for check forgery and three counts of uttering forged checks. She faced a maximum sentence of 70 years in prison.
According to Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Bobby Lilly, Duncan was in charge of making a night deposit at the restaurant’s bank Sept. 3, 2006, but the deposit was never made. When questioned about the deposit, Duncan claimed to have made it.
However, Lilly said, a person who was staying at Duncan’s residence at that time acknowledged seeing the deposit bag at the residence. He said police were told a portion of the deposit was used to purchase drugs.
Duncan’s other charges stemmed from checks she and a co-defendant are accused of forging and uttering. The checks apparently were taken from the co-defendant’s mother, Lilly said.
The prosecutor said three of the checks were made payable to Duncan and two were written to Food Lion. The checks totaled $254.
Judge Colin Gibb sentenced Duncan to six years on each of the six charges. However, he ordered that the charges run concurrently (at the same time), leaving Duncan with a total of six years. All but three months of the sentence was suspended and Duncan was placed on three years of supervised probation.
In accordance with the plea agreement, Duncan will be able to serve the active sentence through home electronic monitoring.
Duncan also was ordered to make restitution to McDonalds and the owner of the checks.

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