Woman accused of stealing bond money enters guilty plea

A woman accused of stealing more than $80,000 in bond money from the courthouse she worked in pleaded guilty in court on Monday.

Former Williamson County Deputy Clerk Cheryl Cundiff said she was embarrassed and ashamed for stocking away bond money and hiding the receipts in a bag under her co-worker’s desk.

Cundiff confessed to stealing money since 2007 – so much money, she says she lost count. As part of her plea, Cundiff must serve four years probation and pay back $25,000 in restitution.

Two other Williamson County employees are also accused of stealing bond money. They are Marsha Dickinson and Kelly Trammel.

Neither of them were in court on Monday. Both have previously pleaded not guilty.

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