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Jenee Michele Frebertshauser, convicted of theft, received a partially suspended jail sentence as part of a plea agreement. Full story: <a href="http://bit.ly/1BzpEy3" target="newwin">http://bit.ly/1BzpEy3</a>
Jenee Michele Frebertshauser, convicted of theft, received a partially suspended jail sentence as part of a plea agreement. Full story: http://bit.ly/1BzpEy3 (Submitted photo, HANDOUT)

A Westminster woman convicted of theft received a partially suspended jail sentence as part of a plea agreement.

Jenee Michele Frebertshauser, 34, of the unit block of Hook Road, pleaded not guilty but agreed not to challenge the state's version of the facts, according to Senior Assistant State's Attorney Adam Wells.

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Judge J. Barry Hughes sentenced Frebertshauser to 18 months in jail with all but 90 days suspended, Wells said. Frebertshauser will begin her sentence Friday.

In April 2014, Frebertshauser wrote fraudulent checks from a victim's account, according to Wells.

Prosecutors did not pursue credit card theft charges stemming from a June incident because the accuser no longer wanted to purse the case, Wells said. Those charges were entered nolle prosequi, meaning the state declines to prosecute.

Reach staff writer Heather Cobun at 410-857-7898 or email heather.cobun@carrollcountytimes.com.

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