HODGENVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A judge has sentenced a former mayor and city clerk in central Kentucky to time served, and both have been released from custody.
The News Enterprise (http://bit.ly/1H8VzXi ) reports Nelson Circuit Judge Charles Simms on Thursday sentenced former Hodgenville Mayor Terry L. Cruse and former City Clerk MaDonna Hornback according to their plea agreements.
Both were accused of using a city-issued fuel credit card to make personal purchases.
Cruse pleaded guilty in February to nine counts of abuse of public trust and two counts of complicity to theft. Former City Clerk MaDonna Hornback pleaded guilty to 54 counts of abuse of public trust and two counts of complicity to theft.
The plea agreement called for a probated three-year sentence with 30 days to serve in jail and restitution to the city.
Information from: The News-Enterprise, http://www.thenewsenterprise.com
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