- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 28, 2017

AUBURN, Neb. (AP) - A southeast Nebraska judge has sentenced a former director of a nonprofit organization to jail and probation for stealing from the organization.

Nebraska City radio station KNCY reports (https://bit.ly/2sh9XA4 ) that Nemaha County Judge Curtis Maschman gave Dawn Parriott 21 days in jail and 24 months of probation at her sentencing Tuesday in Auburn. The 46-year-old Peru resident had pleaded no contest to three misdemeanor theft counts.

Parriott also was ordered to make restitution.

A state audit showed documentation may have been falsified for nearly $8,900 in travel reimbursements for Parriott as director of Project Response. The Auburn-based agency’s mission: help the homeless and victims of sexual and domestic abuse.


Information from: KNCY-AM, https://www.kncycountry.com

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