Sterling man gets second prison term for theft
Thief pretended to raise money for local schools
DIXON – A Sterling man already in prison for stealing from several Whiteside County businesses under the guise of raising money for local schools pleaded guilty Wednesday to a similar scheme in Dixon.
At his first appearance Wednesday, Michael D. Clardie, 58, pleaded guilty to one count of theft and was sentenced to 1 year in prison, to run concurrently with his Whiteside County sentence.
He also must pay $299.50 in restitution to Ken Nelson Auto Group, $499 to the Dixon Veterinary Hospital, and $479 to Anne’s Landscape Supply.
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