Former Walleye Unlimited treasurer gets deferred sentence


Douglas Komrosky will pay $16,620 in restitution to the local chapter of Walleyes Unlimited by 5 p.m. today in exchange for a three-year deferred sentence for stealing from the club while he was its treasurer.

The sentence, handed down today by District Court Judge John Warner, was part of a plea agreement entered into by Komrosky and the Hill County attorney.

Komrosky pleaded guilty Nov. 4 to a charge of felony theft by unauthorized control. He had faced a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $50,000 fine.

In court today, Komrosky's attorney, Robert Peterson, said Komrosky took the...

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