- Associated Press - Friday, June 13, 2014

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of a woman accused of stealing money from the Sheridan Eagles Club, where she worked.

In a ruling issued Tuesday, the court ordered Miranda Mraz (Mah-RAZ’) to be acquitted.

Sheridan Media (https://bit.ly/1lpi5TT ) reports the 25-year-old was accused of stealing money from the safe in April 2012 and making it look like a burglary. She was sentenced to eight years of probation.

The Supreme Court said the stolen money was never found so there wasn’t enough evidence to convict her.

Her legal troubles aren’t over though. Last week, she was charged with one count of misdemeanor theft for changing customers tips while working as a waitress at another bar and restaurant.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled June 19.

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Information from: KROE-AM, https://www.sheridanmedia.com/


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