September 7-- A former bookkeeper at Vidalia High School has been sentenced for taking money from the school.
Brandee Iddins entered a guilty plea to theft by taking charges in connection with some $41,000 discovered missing during a three-year period starting in 2007.
She's been sentenced to up to 390 days in a Probation Detention Center, 15 years probation, a $1,000 fine and ordered to make restitution of $37,000.
In another case, a former employee of Threlkeld Ford in Vidalia has been given jail time after violating probation. Rus Monroe had been placed on probation in 2007 for 32 counts of theft by taking and ordered to make restitution of nearly $114,000 to former Threlkeld owner Rueben Hill.
According to court records he violated probation when caught with Methamphetamine August 2 in Reidsville.
He's been sentenced to 20 years in state prison by Judge Bobby Reeves.