Nail ordered back to court for restitution

Julie Nail

Julie Nail

By David Knopf/Richmond News

Julie Nail, a former Hardin woman convicted of stealing more than $240,000 from Hardin First Baptist Church and Hardin Fire Protection District, is scheduled back in court Jan. 9 to answer charges she “failed to abide by the conditions of probation by failing to pay restitution and court costs as ordered.”

Ray County Prosecutor Danielle Rogers filed a motion that seeks revocation of the probation imposed by Circuit Judge David Miller in June 2012.

After serving 120 days of prison “shock time,” the execution of Nail’s sentence was suspended and probation ordered so she could work and begin making restitution.

In a plea agreement, Nail admitted she took the money while serving as secretary-treasurer for both Hardin First Baptist Church and the Hardin Fire Protection District. She received two 12-year sentences on B Felony stealing charges and two seven-year terms for C Felony forgery.



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