LISBON, Ohio (WKBN) – The former Columbiana County dog warden accused of stealing from her office has been sentenced two 12 month sentences.
Those sentences will run concurrently.
Dawn Croft paid back over $26,000 in restitution.
In May, Croft accepted a plea deal in her case.
She was first charged last summer with theft in office, money laundering and tampering with records.
Croft ran the Columbiana County Dog Pound for nearly a decade.
She was fired in 2016 when a state audit showed more than $26,000 missing from the office, including money from donations.