DECORAH, Iowa – A woman who wrote back checks to a car dealer is getting a deferred judgment.
Aimee Lynn Rosenbaum, 49 of Lawler, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of 1st degree theft. Winneshiek County law enforcement says Rosenbaum wrote bad checks totaling $24,842 to Decorah Auto Center between July and August of 2017.
Rosenbaum has been ordered to spend two to five years on supervised probation and pay restitution.
By receiving a deferred judgment, these crimes will be wiped from Rosenbaum’s record if she meets all the conditions of her probation.
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