Bickford enters guilty plea in embezzlement case

Team Radio Marketing Group - June 5, 2017 4:04 pm

Crystal Bickford entered a guilty plea Monday to a felony charge of embezzlement in Kay County District Court.

Bickford appeared in court with her attorney, Grace Yates, and entered a blind plea. She waived her right to a preliminary hearing and a two judge requirement.

The court accepted her plea and heard a victim impact statement. Three witnesses testified after the statement – Donna Hingtgen, Rhonda Stolhand and Michelle Walker.

Bickford also read a letter during her testimony.

Formal sentencing is set for Aug. 11

 

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