Former Hersey treasurer gets delayed sentence

February 8, 2018

By John Raffel
Correspondent

Angela Clark, 35, of Hersey was sentenced on Friday in Osceola County’s 49th Circuit Court.

She’s the former Village of Hersey treasurer who will have to pay back thousands of dollars as part of her sentence.

County prosecuting attorney Tony Badovinac said Clark pled guilty to “a 10-year felony, which is called embezzlement by a public official. I dismissed public official diversion of public monies, which is a 5-year felony.”

In December, Clark reached a plea agreement with Badovinac’s office.

“She was ordered to pay $6,358.82 to the village of Hersey in restitution and is put on a one-year delay of sentence,” Badovinac said. “This means that in one year, we take a look back at this and see how she’s done, and if she’s done fairly well, the charge could ultimately change. It’s called an open ended delay.”

As a part of her sentence, Clark also has to perform 150 hours of community service. “She was first arraigned on charges in August. According to published reports, she was investigated by the Michigan State Police in Mount Pleasant after receiving allegations of embezzlement against Clark. The Osceola County prosecutors office received findings from the state police and authorized charges against Clark.



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