Former Montana Radio Sales Rep Changes Theft Plea To Guilty
September 20, 2007 at 5:31 AM (PT)
KEVIN PLASMIER, a former sales rep for CHERRY CREEK RADIO in MISSOULA, MT, has changed his plea to guilt on charges he stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from a client.
Court documents say PLASMIER used his position at CHERRY CREEK to steal $10,000 worth of camping, fishing and sporting goods from BOB WARD & SONS, DIAMONDBACK GOLF and the UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA GOLF COURSE and selling them on the Internet. He was fired in MAY by CHERRY CREEK after the company learned of the allegations.
Sentencing is scheduled for an OCTOBER 30th hearing.