Teller who stole from Police Credit Union won’t face jail time

A former teller at the Toledo Police Federal Credit Union convicted of stealing more than $10,000 from her cash drawer was ordered Monday to pay full restitution to her former employer or face a year in prison.
Nicole Harris of Sylvania got community control for five years, 80 hours of community service, random drug testing, and pay $10,321 to the credit union. Judge Bates told the woman it was basically an interest free loan, and if she doesn’t make the payments, they won’t foreclose on her home or car, she’ll just go to jail. The woman has no prior criminal history. When the judge asked why she stole from a police credit union, Harris said her husband had a drug problem and she was the only one working.

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