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A former employee was sentenced Friday, June 14, 2013 for stealing money from the City of Muscatine.

53-year-old Diana Fry of Muscatine, was sentenced on a charge of first degree theft after an investigation showed she had taken over $15,000 from the city. Fry was a clerical worker in the city finance department.

According to the Muscatine County Attorney's Office, the court imposed a suspended prison sentence of no more than ten years and a $1,000 fine. As part of the plea agreement, Fry also paid a lump sum of $8,500 to the city. The County Attorney says that's how much the city had to pay in a deductible on its insurance policy. Fry will be required to pay the rest during her period of supervised probation. If she fails to pay, her probation will be revoked.