October 4, 2022

Accountant’s Jail Sentence Conveniently Allows for Sunday Night Television

An accountant in Syracuse was sentenced to 16 weekends in jail and 5 years of probation for stealing $44k from her employer. 

Syracuse.com reports that Kathleen M. DeFillippo aka Kathleen M. Rogowski will report to Onondage County Jail on Friday at 6 pm and be released on Sunday at 6 pm to serve out the sentence. 

I don't know about you all, but if a person sentenced to jail time can still get home in time to watch someone die on Game of Thrones and/or Don Draper drunkenly shag some counter girl, it's difficult to know what's keeping society together.

[Syracuse.com]  

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