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Sentence Delay For Waste Mgt Embezzler

Although three years in prison was being sought by the prosecution, a Nevada County judge has delayed the sentence for a former employee convicted of embezzling a Waste Management recycling center. Randal Gassaway was convicted in January. District Attorney Cliff Newell says Gassaway is getting a 90-day diagnostic evaluation by the California Department of Corrections…

click to listen to Cliff Newell

Newell was disappointed in the delay…

click to listen to Cliff Newell

Gassaway was convicted of three felonies. That included falsifying invoices for redeemed recyclables amounting to over $100,000. All parties will reconvene in a Nevada County courtroom after the evaluation is completed. Gassaway’s sentence range could also include county jail and/or probation.

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