Former fire company employee gets probation in connection with theft of funds

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Pace Campbell, 42, of Wilmington,pleaded guilty to one count of felony theft and one count of Second Degree Forgery in a case involving funds from the Wilmington Manor Fire Company.

During her time at thefire company, she forged three checks and stole funds.

Campbell was sentenced by a Superior Court judge to two years of supervised probation.

Campbell was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $9,817, have no adverse contact with fire company and its employees and board members, and participate in substance abuse evaluation and treatment.

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