DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The woman who ordered $2,400 worth of Girl Scout Cookies, but only paid for half, was sentenced Tuesday.
Kelly Phillips was sentenced to probation, ordered to pay court costs and restitution. Phillips is also barred from having any job that deals with money.
Phillips, of Trotwood, was found guilty of stealing over $1,000 from the sale of Girl Scout Cookies in October.
She was indicted nearly a year later on one count of theft of over $1,000 – a fifth‐degree felony.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.
The case is one of four pending cases involving felony theft of Girl Scout Cookie money.