Woman pleads guilty to 2017 Shenandoah theft
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.