The former Lafayette High School principal indicted last year on a single count of embezzlement (over $500), was sentenced Wednesday.
Online court records indicated the case involving Kimberly Hollemon, 50, moved with a guilty plea.
She received a 10-year prison sentence, but a judge suspended nine years, 11 months and 25 days of that term and placed Hollemon under probation for 10 years.
She also was ordered to pay $3,425.57 in restitution, according to court documents.
According to the indictment, the embezzlement happened between July 1, 2018 and April 1, 2019.
The indictment does not specify who or where the property or money came from, but Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools spokeswoman Eileen Cox told WYDaily last year police were notified after the school division identified “spending irregularities” at the high school.
James City County Police told WYDaily in May of last year that “an employee” was using the school-issued credit card for personal purchases.
Hollemon resigned from her position as principal of Lafayette High School on May 2, 2019 after the school placed her on administrative leave.
Daniel Miani is now principal of Lafayette High.
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