WORTHINGTON — Rachel Roberts will serve four years of supervised probation for stealing a vehicle in Adrian last November, it was determined Wednesday.
Roberts was arrested in November when Worthington police noticed her driving a vehicle that been reported stolen. She was also charged at the time with DWI and driving after license revocation, but those charges were dismissed as part of a January plea agreement.
Fifth Judicial District Judge Terry Vajgrt pronounced Roberts guilty of motor vehicle theft Wednesday and sentenced her to 12 months and one day in prison, with a stay of execution. If Roberts abides by the terms of her probation, she will not need to serve her prison sentence. She was also ordered to serve 110 days in county jail, but with credit for 110 days already served, she has already fulfilled her jail time.
Additionally, Roberts is to pay a $500 fine and whatever restitution is determined in a later restitution hearing.