Ex-county treasurer to serve two years of supervised probation in deferred sentence
March 10, 2022
Mary Kuhl was given a deferred sentence on Friday for crimes related to misconduct during her time as county treasurer. She will serve two years of supervised probation as part of a plea agreement, after which the charges will be expunged from her record.
Kuhl originally pled “not guilty” to one felony charge of unauthorized use of monies, as well as to one misdemeanor count of official misconduct and two misdemeanor counts of issuing false certificate.
The allegations against her included that she listed a customer’s license plate tabs as lost in the mail but then placed them on her...
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