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Woman admits stealing from Subway

FARMINGTON – A 22-year-old woman has admitted to stealing money from Subway in Farmington.

Jennifer M. Allen, of Farmington, pleaded guilty to one charge of felony stealing.

Circuit Court Judge Kenneth W. Pratte ordered a presentence investigation report to be compiled by the State Board of Probation and Parole and set sentencing for June 17.

Allen could be sentenced to up to two years in prison. If placed on probation, she will be ordered to pay her part of $11,000 owed in restitution.

According to court records, police officers were contacted after it was discovered that more than $8,000 was missing from deposits.

Allen admitted to stealing from the restaurant’s deposits over a period of three months in 2003. She also admitted to stealing from the cash register. She told officers that she used the money to pay for doctors’ and college bills.

Allen told police that she believed three other employees were stealing from the restaurant.

In other cases, Joshua Smock, 23, of St. Louis, was sentenced to three years in prison for possession of a controlled substance – heroin. The judge will consider releasing him on probation after he completes a 120-day drug treatment program.

According to court records, Smock was arrested at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop C Service Center in Park Hills for showing up for a polygraph test under the influence of drugs. He was there to take a polygraph test for an unrelated incident in connection with a stolen car in Rolla.

Audrea Lagesse, 27, of Bonne Terre, was sentenced to four years in prison for violating the probation Lagesse received for unlawful use of a weapon.

James Taylor, 40, of Park Hills, was sentenced to five years in prison for stealing and fraudulent use of a credit device.

According to court records, Taylor stole a purse from a store parking lot and used credit cards to get money and purchase items at a convenience store.

Floyd Snow, 27, a Farmington Correctional Center inmate, was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to committing an act of violence on a Department of Corrections employee.

According to court records, Snow struck an employee in the back of the head numerous times.

Cynthia Brown, 40, of Farmington, was sentenced to eight years in prison for sale of a controlled substance – Fentanyl. The judge will reconsider placing her on probation after she completes a 120-day drug treatment program.

Carla Gray, 24, of Park Hills, was sentenced to seven years in prison for two counts of sale of a controlled substance – meth. The judge will reconsider placing her on probation after she completes a 120-day drug treatment program.

Clint E. Forshee, 24, of Bonne Terre, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for violating the probation he received for tampering with a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance – meth and sale of a controlled substance – Valium. The judge will reconsider placing him on probation after he completes a 120-day drug treatment program.

Ronald Hirth, 34, of Dittmer, was sentenced to five years in prison for attempted second-degree robbery.

Donald Nicholson, 39, of Bismarck, was sentenced to four years in prison for tampering with a motor vehicle.

Karen Wade, 34, of Farmington, was sentenced to 14 years in prison for violating the probation she received for stealing and forgery.

Ronika Huskey, 29, of Leadwood, was sentenced to three years in prison for violating the probation she received for two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Jimmy Warf Jr., 30, of Park Hills, was sentenced to eight years in prison for violating the probation he received for attempted manufacture of a controlled substance – meth.

Jeremy Boyd, 23, of Ste. Genevieve, was sentenced to four years in prison for violating the probation he received for unlawful use of a weapon.

Eric Allen, 21, of Doe Run, was sentenced to five years in prison for receiving stolen property. The judge will reconsider placing him on probation after he successfully completes a 120-day drug treatment program.

Leland Ellis, 47, of Fredericktown, was sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to three counts of forgery.

Todd M. Dix, 40, was fined $1,000 for possessing marijuana in the Eastern Reception Diagnostic Correctional Center in Bonne Terre.

Placed on five years of supervised probation were Kimberly Rainey, 28, of Salem for forgery; Curt Smith, 26, of Farmington, for tampering with a motor vehicle; and Richard Militzer, 38, of Desloge, for forgery.

Several others have pleaded guilty to charges in unrelated cases.

Teddy Thomure, 43, of Farmington, pleaded guilty to failure to support a child. Joseph Bridger, 25, of Farmington, pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a controlled substance – meth.

Anthony Berger, 28, of Farmington, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance – diazepam. Sandra Reiss, 43, of Perry, pleaded guilty to failure to support a child.

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