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Former Dundee teacher sentenced to jail

PENN YAN--Amy Corron, 44, was sentenced Thursday, Sept. 13 by Yates County Judge Jason Cook to five months in jail and five years probation after pleading guilty to grand larceny in the third degree (a class D felony).
The former Dundee teacher was also ordered to pay back $7,940 that she took from student funds for a 2017 senior class trip.
Corron was arrested in April after a Yates County grand jury returned an indictment on two charges. The original felony charges included grand larceny in the third degree and scheme to defraud in the first degree (E felony).
Corron worked at the school since 2011 and resigned in January of 2017. She was an English teacher at Dundee and also the yearbook and a senior class advisor.
Todd Cassella, Yates County district attorney, said after the sentencing, "We're very happy with the disposition and I think it is a good thing she is getting an actual component of jail which is warranted for this. What she did very much shocks the sensibility that she would steal from the students that trusted her to manage the money for the class of 2017." Cassella said Corron was remanded to the Yates County jail to serve her sentence.

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