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Woman Who Embezzled From Baptists Sentenced To Work Release

Woodward was arrested in October, 2012 in connection with the disappearance of over $110,000 from the organization that oversees local Baptist churches.
A former employee at the Columbia Baptist Association will spend 12 months in the Community Corrections Program after being sentenced for embezzlement charges. Tonya Woodward, 52, pleaded guilty to 14 Theft of Property charges involving money taken from the Association from 2007-2012.

Circuit Judge Butch Binford sentenced Woodward to 46 months on each charge under new guidelines that went into effect October 1. The sentences can be served concurrently meaning, in essence, Woodward received 46 months for all charges combined. That is the maximum under the new guidelines.

Binford then ordered that Woodward serve a year in the work release program and the balance of the sentence on probation. She was immediately taken into custody.

Woodward was arrested in October, 2012 in connection with the disappearance of over $110,000 from the organization that oversees local Baptist churches. She was ordered to make restitution.

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