Woman who embezzled from Surrey school must repay money

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SURREY, N.D. (AP) — A woman accused of embezzling from the Surrey Public School District while working as its business manager will avoid prison if she repays the money and stays out of trouble.

Carlina Smith was accused of stealing from the school district in 2014. Under terms of a deal with prosecutors, she must pay nearly $13,300 in restitution and another $2,700 in court fees.

If she fulfills all the conditions of the agreement the felony charge against her will be dismissed. She’s now stationed at Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas.

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