Former Shoshone County coroner sentenced for misuse of public money
KELLOGG, Idaho — A Kellogg woman was sentenced on Wednesday for misusing public money.
Kelli Jane Garcia, 48, pleaded guilty to misusing a county credit card during her time as a Shoshone County coroner.
As a result, Garcia was sentenced to one year of probation with 100 hours of community service. She will also pay a $500 fine and court costs.
According to court records, Garcia had used a county credit card for personal spending while attending out-of-town work conferences in 2017.
She has since reimbursed the county for those charges.
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