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Former Culpeper police secretary gets suspended sentence for forgery

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Posted: Monday, June 3, 2013 10:04 pm

CULPEPER — Bethany Parr Sullivan, a former secretary in the town of Culpeper police department, will spend no time in jail for forging a police department entrance exam five years ago.

Culpeper County Circuit Judge Susan Whitlock on Monday sentenced Sullivan, 56, of Orange to five-years in prison with all five suspended for felony forgery of a public document.

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