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May 13, 2013
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Dairy Queen embezzler reinstated on probation

A 43-year-old man, who reportedly only repaid $200 of the nearly $28,000 he stole as manager of Dairy Queen, was reinstated Monday on probation under strict supervision. District Judge Michael Gibbons ordered Carl Wilson held in Douglas County Jail until Friday after Wilson claimed he had jobs at a grocery store and a pizza parlor which were to begin this week. His lawyer, Jamie Henry, told Gibbons if her client were held in jail, he would lose the jobs. In March 2011, Wilson was placed on five years probation, and ordered to repay $27,785 he stole from Minden Dairy Queen …

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