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Former probation officer pleads guilty to forgery
A former probation officer accused of stealing a client’s money order pled guilty to forgery in DeKalb County Criminal Court last week. Ashley Lasser, 31, a former employee of Community Probation Service (CPS), received a four-year sentence, fully suspended to judicial diversion probation. Under the agreement, Lasser is not allowed to work in law enforcement during her probation, and must pay $585 restitution to CPS. A theft charge against her was dismissed.