DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The woman who ordered $2,400 worth of Girl Scout Cookies – but only paid for half – will be sentenced on Tuesday.
Kelly Phillips, of Trotwood, was found guilty of stealing over $1,000 from the sale of Girl Scout Cookies in October.
Phillips, who has a daughter in the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio, ordered $2,400 in Girl Scout cookies in May 2014, but only paid for just over $1,300, according to Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck.
She was indicted nearly a year later on one count of theft of over $1,000 – a fifth‐degree felony.
The case is one of four pending cases involving felony theft of Girl Scout Cookie money.