Missouri Attorney General Schmitt Announces Sentencing of Former Winona City Clerk Terri Denton

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Former Winona City Clerk, Terri Denton, Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison Followed by Five Years Probation, Restitution and Letter of Apology to the City

Jefferson City, MO (STL.News) – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced today that former City Clerk for Winona, Missouri, Terri Denton, has been sentenced, following a June 4, 2019 guilty plea to one count of the class C felony of Receiving Stolen Property in the Circuit Court of Shannon County.

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