Ga. Fleet Employee Sentenced in Theft Case

November 18, 2016

Photo via Flickr/Karen Neoh
Photo via Flickr/Karen Neoh

A former City of Augusta, Ga., fleet administrative assistant has been sentenced to four years in prison followed by six years on probation after she pleaded no contest to stealing $66,000 from the city, The Augusta Chronicle reported.

The district attorney said Patricia Ystenes used her fleet position to sell government property and pocket the proceeds. She said she was not the only employee keeping money made by selling government property.


  1. 1. Brian [ January 22, 2017 @ 06:28PM ]

    She didnt do it she was put for knee replacement surgery when the 2014 money went missing and she was seen delivering the money in 2015 she was a scapegoat for someone with power thats all

  2. 2. Brian [ January 22, 2017 @ 06:28PM ]

    Out* not put


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