Former Augusta Co. Supervisor Enters Guilty Pleas in Credit Card Fraud Case
AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) - A former Augusta County supervisor is admitting to using a county credit card for thousands of dollars in personal purchases.
Terry Kelley Junior is pleading guilty to a total of five charges:
- credit card larceny
- credit card forgery
- three counts of credit card fraud
Kelley was sentenced Thursday, September 5, to five years, but with four years and nine months suspended. He is eligible to serve the remaining three months on home electronic monitoring.
The court is also ordering Kelley to pay $4,015.43 in restitution.
Kelley resigned as supervisor of the Beverley Manor District on November 26, about a month after the county alerted the sheriff's office to a suspicious credit card transaction in Florida.
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