Edmond cheer mom sentenced to jail time for embezzlement

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EDMOND, Okla. -- The Edmond Sante Fe cheer mom accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the cheer squad plead no contest Wednesday afternoon.

After more than two hours of testimony, the judge sentenced Stacey Lynn Torre to 90 days in jail and ordered her to pay restitution.

Prosecutors say Torre charged more than $7,000 to an Edmond Santa Fe Cheer Booster Club checking account for expenses not related to the club.

Prosecutors presented bank statements that showed Torre used the card at restaurants and hair appointments, even a hotel in Arkansas.

Edmond Santa Fe cheerleaders told NewsChannel 4 they're thankful they got justice.


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