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Former Pilger Village Clerk Neiman pleads guilty in Theft Case | Rural Radio Network

Former Pilger Village Clerk Neiman pleads guilty in Theft Case

Former Pilger Village Clerk Neiman pleads guilty in Theft Case

On Monday in Stanton County District Court, Kimberly Neiman, 58, of Pilger entered a guilty plea to Attempted Theft by Unlawful Taking a Class IIIA felony in connection to the theft of funds from the Village of Pilger where she formerly served as Village Clerk. As part of the plea agreement she also agreed to pay 44, 381.00 in restitution to the Village and the Pilger Fire Department. Neiman was arrested by the Stanton County Sheriff’s office earlier this year on felony theft charges, following a lengthy investigation by the Sheriff’s office and Stanton County Attorney’s office. Neiman is to be sentenced on February 1, 2021 by District Judge Mark Johnson.

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