Lincoln woman gets probation for stealing money from employees at family restoration business

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LINCOLN, Nebraska — A Lincoln woman has been given probation for stealing money from employees at her family restoration business.

A federal judge sentenced Karen L. Gagner on Tuesday to five years' probation on charges of embezzlement and theft. She was ordered to pay more than $36,000 in restitution.

Gagner was accused of transferring nearly $100,000 from employee 401(k) accounts between 2008 and 2011. She later admitted to using the money to help sustain Gagner Restoration.

The Lincoln Journal Star reports ( ) the restitution will be paid to two employees.

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