According to Phillyburbs.com, a Bucks County woman who admitted to stealing a puppy from a Conshohocken pet store in March will not be doing any additional jail time past the initial week she served after being arrested in April.
A judge reportedly sentenced 38-year-old Deanna Ann Posavec, of Richland, to time-served to 23-months after the woman plead guilty to felony retail theft. Posavec must also serve a two-year probation sentence and complete a parenting class after her parole, according to Phillyburbs.com.
Posavec admitted to the . Posavec was with another woman and two small children at the time of the theft and the entire incident was caught on store surveillance cameras.
In the video, Posevac can be seen picking the puppy up and placing it into her hanbag, then taking the hand of one of the children and walking out of the store.
Police reportedly received several anonymous tips about Posavec's identity after local Patch sites and other media outlets posted the video of the theft.
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