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A sentence has been handed down in an unaccounted for funds case

One of two women who pleaded guilty in a Martin County missing funds case was sentenced on Friday in Johnson Circuit Court. Tonya Mills was sentenced to five years in jail, following an investigation that revealed more than 20,000 in unaccounted funds form the Martin County Clerks office. Tonya Mills pleaded guilty to an amended charge of abuse of public trust less than 10,000. Mills was sentenced to five years in jail and given credit for 154 days time served. the other woman involved, Tamberlyn Sue Hairston was also scheduled to be sentenced Friday, but WSAZ is reporting that her sentencing has been rescheduled for September 19th.

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