A Dothan woman who pleaded guilty to stealing from a religious organization has been sentenced.
Tonya Woodward, 52, will serve one year in a work release program.
She was originally sentenced to 46 months in state prison for each of the felony theft charges against her.
Those sentences were suspended.
Woodward pleaded guilty to stealing from the Columbia Baptist Association.
She's been ordered to pay more than $117,000 in restitution.
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