Osage Woman Gets Jail Time for Theft

An Osage City woman who pleaded no contest to felony theft charges, will spend time in jail.

Mary Holloway, 52, was sentenced Tuesday to eight months in prison on a false writings charge and six months in prison on a theft charge.

She was accused of thefts made between May 2004 and November 2005 from the Resource Center for Independent Living in Osage City.

The prison sentences were waived, but Holloway will spend 18 months on supervised probation and serve 30 days in jail starting Friday, Feb. 1 at noon.

She'll also perform 50 hours of community service and finish paying restitution to the resource center.


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