Bob Stevens Makes Plea Deal, Avoids Jail - 27 East

Bob Stevens Makes Plea Deal, Avoids Jail

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By Erin McKinley on Jul 11, 2012
The former owner of a bankrupt appliance store who was accused of stealing money from the 401K plans of at least two of his ex-employees pleaded guilty to a lesser... more

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