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Woman Who Stole From PTA Sentenced to Probation

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A woman who pleaded guilty to stealing from the Wanda Gray Elementary PTA has been sentenced today, Nov. 6.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A woman who pleaded guilty to stealing from the Wanda Gray Elementary PTA has been sentenced today, Nov. 6.

According to Judge Tom Mountjoy, Jordan Lyndsay Joy-Peck was sentenced to five years probation.  If she violates the probation, however, she faces up to six years in prison.

The sentence comes after a plea agreement with the State. According to Mountjoy, Joy-Peck argued for a suspended imposition of the sentence, which was denied.

Joy-Peck must also pay full restitution for the funds she stole from the PTA.

According to court documents, Joy-Peck was the vice president of the Wanda Gray Elementary Parent Teacher Association during that time. An internal audit found that Joy-Peck misappropriated $1,934.87. Some of the funds were allegedly for her personal use.

Joy-Peck was also a troop leader for the Wanda Gray Girl Scouts Troop 70472 during that period. She allegedly misappropriated $2,566.16 on the troop's credit card, charging items at Justice, Gordmans, Marshalls, Cheapbowlingballs.com, and K&K Liquor.

After the audit, Joy-Peck allegedly replaced $912.27 with a personal check and one from the Wanda Gray PTA. That was followed by another personal check. She still owes the troop $609.94.
 
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