CRANDON, Wis. (WSAU) -- A former parole officer charged with theft has entered into a plea deal. 55-year-old Karen Boodry was accused of stealing two lobsters from a Crandon grocery store by placing the unwrapped seafood in her purse, and putting the packages back in the display case.
The recently retired parole agent pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct Friday, and prosecutors dropped the retail theft charge. They also dropped the charges against her grandson Donald Kilbury, who was a former store employee and saw Boodry take the crustaceans worth about $25.00 each.
Boodry was also ordered to pay $300 in fines.