Mlive.com: Woman gets probation, delayed sentence for role in fraudulent $10K shopping spree
A judge Monday delayed an Ypsilanti woman’s sentence for a year, giving her a chance to prove she doesn’t belong in jail, but admonished her for her role in a $10,000 shopping spree with stolen credit cards, MLive.com reported.
Bedore, now 23, in April pleaded guilty to one count of illegal possession of a financial transaction device, a felony. In exchange, prosecutors dismissed two counts of illegal use of a financial transaction device and single counts of unauthorized use of a computer and using a computer to commit a crime.
Gill placed Bedore on probation and ordered her to pay $1,010 restitution.
Bay County sheriff's deputies arrested Bedore with Shawn D. Norwood and Larry D. Conley at a Meijer store in Bay County’s Monitor Township on July 26. The trio used stolen credit cards to buy at least $10,000 in gift cards and other merchandise in Saginaw and Bay counties, prosecutors alleged.
Conley and Norwood also reached plea deals with prosecutors.