Woman pleads guilty to 2017 Shenan­doah theft

The Hazleton Standard-Speaker - - LOCAL - — PE­TER E. BORNTER

Amy L. Sar­tori, 33, of Ash­land pleaded guilty Wed­nes­day to theft, with prose­cu­tors with­draw­ing a charge of re­ceiv­ing stolen prop­erty.

Mag­is­te­rial Judge Jacque­line L. Rus­sell, Pottsville, ac­cepted the plea and, pur­suant to an agree­ment be­tween prose­cu­tors and the de­fen­dant, placed Sar­tori on pro­ba­tion for 12 months, and also sen­tenced her to pay costs, a $50 CJEA pay­ment and a $50 bench war­rant fee, and per­form 20 hours com­mu­nity ser­vice. She made the pro­ba­tion con­sec­u­tive to the sen­tence Sar­tori al­ready is serv­ing.

Shenan­doah po­lice charged Sar­tori with com­mit­ting the theft on Aug. 6, 2017, in the bor­ough.

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