From the Courts - State District Court: Man resentenced in embezzlement case, another sentencing reset
Last updated 8/28/2020 at 11:36am
Joshua Glen Reid had his suspended sentence in a theft case revoked and was sentenced to prison.
Sentencing in another case of theft by forgery has been postponed while prosecution and Reid’s defense present arguments about his being designated a persistent felony offender.
Reid was charged in 2016 with a felony count of theft by embezzlement by common scheme when he was accused of using a charge card of a business he worked for to make purchases which he then pawned. The total was $3,831.76.
He pleaded guilty in May 2017 and was sentenced Aug. 28, 2017, to five years suspended and ord...