CEDARVILLE (KFSM) - The former Cedarville treasurer pleaded guilty on Wednesday (March 18) and was sentenced to 20 years probation, officials say.
Alicson Reding, 37, pleaded guilty to felony theft of property and was given 20 years probation, according to a court official. Reding was also ordered to pay $324,634 restitution, the Crawford County Circuit Clerk's office said.
She was arrested in Aug. 2014 after being investigated by Arkansas State Police in an embezzlement case involving money that went missing from the city of Cedarville while she was the recorder-treasurer in April 2014. She resigned after the investigation was started.