Guilty Pleas in Laptop Thefts

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March 8, 2011: Commonwealth v.  Kathleen Kremis:  Kathleen Kremis pleaded guilty today to Theft and Conspiracy charges for the theft of 45 lap top computers from the Ethan Allen School where she was a teacher.  Kremis admitted to stealing the computers and then selling them to a pawn shop from 2008 to 2010.  Immediately following her plea Judge Lillian Ransom sentenced Kremis to 6 to 12 months in jail plus 4 years of probation.  Kremis was granted immediate parole and required to enter a long term inpatient drug program.  She was also ordered to pay 1800 dollars in restitution to the school district.  ADA Terri Domsky successfully prosecuted this case.

March 8, 2011: Commonwealth v. Thomas Perry:  Thomas Perry pleaded guilty today to Theft and Conspiracy charges for the theft of 45 lap top computers from the Ethan Allen school.  Perry admitted to stealing the computers and then selling them to a pawn shop from 2009 to 2010.  Immediately following his plea Judge Lillian Ransom sentenced Perry to 6 to 12 months in jail plus 4 years probation.  Perry was granted immediate parole and put under house arrest.  ADA Terri Domsky successfully prosecuted this case.

 

 


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