By MELINDA WILLIAMS
A 26-year-old Pulaski man was ordered to repay the Dublin Walmart store more nearly $2,500 Thursday after admitting to embezzling the funds early last year.
According to prosecutors, the embezzlement was discovered when store management determined checkout registers were “coming up short.” Further investigation determined Evan Michael Kibler was operating the registers that were short of the required cash to meet each day’s transactions.
Kibler was sentenced, under a plea agreement, to three years in prison. All of the sentence was suspended under the condition he make restitution to Walmart and keep the peace and be of good behavior during a two –year period of supervised probation.
The defendant also was ordered to stay away from the Dublin Walmart.