House arrest for stealing from charity
Keri Lynn McGrath convicted of stealing almost $40,000 from the Brain Injury Association.
A woman convicted of stealing money from a local charity has been sentenced in provincial court.
Keri Lynn McGrath was sentenced on Wednesday to seven months house arrest.
She's also been ordered to pay back the nearly $40,000 she stole from the Brain Injury Association between January 2009 and January 2010 while she was executive director of the non-profit group.
The theft forced the provincial office to close because of a lack of funds, according to Michelle Ploughman, the organization's president.
McGrath claimed the money was for reimbursements of petty cash, mileage or payments of bonuses or salary.