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Laurel Woman Pleads Guilty to Theft from Laurel School District

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Kimberly Parker, 49, Laurel (Photo: Laurel PD) Kimberly Parker, 49, Laurel (Photo: Laurel PD)

LAUREL, Del. - A former employee of the Laurel School District pleaded guilty to felony theft and felony forgery from the school.

Kimberly Parker, 49, of Laurel, entered her plea April 15 for two counts of felony theft greater than $1,500 and one count of felony second degree forgery.

In December 2015, an investigation by Laurel Police revealed Parker, who was a teacher in the district at the time, stole $2,550 from the Laurel Elementary School and $36,191.42 from the Laurel Education Association, where she was considered a "person of trust."

At the time of her plea, Parker tendered payment in the amount of $2,250 for the PTO and tendered an initial payment of $20,000 for the teachers union.

Parker's sentencing is scheduled for June 10, 2016

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