INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A woman accused of stealing more than $200,000 from the Alpha Tau Omega Foundation was sentenced to 12 years Friday.
The Marion County Prosecutor's Office announced that Cheryl Dillon-Britt has been sentenced to 12 years for the theft from the foundation.
Dillon-Britt was an employee of Alpha Tau Omega and used her role to issue checks to family and friends. She deposited the funds into accounts she co-owned with them and transferred foundation funds to pay for her personal credit card, according to a release.
In January 2012, Dillon-Britt was charged with 14 counts of theft and was found guilty of 13 of those counts in May.
Friday, she was sentenced to two years in the Indiana Department of Corrections, two years on home detention and six years on probation. She has also been ordered to pay restitution to the foundation.
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