Guilty plea in theft from Overland Park PTO

3 years 3 months 2 weeks ago Tuesday, November 08 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Tuesday, November 08, 2016 9:23:55 AM CST November 08, 2016 in News
Source: The Kansas City Star ,Kansas City ,Missouri
By: Associated Press

OVERLAND PARK (AP) — A suburban Kansas City woman has pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from a middle school's parent-teacher organization.

The Kansas City Star reports that 45-year-old Christine Glover, of Olathe, entered the plea Monday in Johnson County District Court. She served as treasurer of the PTO at Pleasant Ridge Middle School in the Blue Valley School District before the theft was discovered earlier this year.

Glover was initially charged with the theft of at least $25,000, but on Monday she pleaded guilty in Johnson County District Court to an amended charge of stealing less than $25,000.

The money was taken from August 2014 through this February. The exact amount was not reflected in online court documents.

Her sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 17.

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