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Maintenance worker sentenced in $10,000 thefts

March 25, 2010
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NAPERVILLE, IL — A maintenance worker is being charged with stealing more than $10,000 in goods last year from a Kmart department store, according to the Naperville Sun.
Carmen Valenzuela-Santillan, who is the second maintenance worker charged, was sentenced to four days in DuPage County Jail and ordered into a work-release program, the story stated.
On September 13, the local police arrested Valenzuela-Santillan and co-worker Miguel Quiros, the story noted.
Judge Perry R. Thompson, who accepted Valenzuela-Santillan''s guilty plea to a felony charge of retail theft, sentenced the defendant to jail, the story added.
According to the article, Thompson also placed Valenzuela-Santillan on two years of probation and ordered her to enlist in the DuPage County Sheriff''s Work Alternative Program, a form of work-release.
As court records indicate, Thompson ordered Valenzuela-Santillan to undergo urinalysis and pay $560 in fines and legal costs.
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