- Associated Press - Friday, October 17, 2014

BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) - Former New Sight Volunteer Fire Department Capt. Reuben Kahl has pleaded guilty to embezzlement, two counts of uttering forgery and two counts of misdemeanor uttering a forgery.

The Daily Leader reports (https://bit.ly/101P1Lg ) that Kahl was indicted in June 2014 for stealing from the New Sight Volunteer Fire Department.

Kahl was sentenced Tuesday in Lincoln County Circuit Court to 10 years with six years suspended with fur years to serve for embezzlement and four years to serve for each count of uttering a forgery. The sentences will run at the same time.

Kahl also was ordered to pay $26,026 in restitution.

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Information from: The Daily Leader, https://www.dailyleader.com

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