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Plea cancels trial in Highland business theft case

(KNZA)--A Highland man accused of the theft of money from a Highland business has entered into a plea agreement.

45-year-old Christopher Lee Coffelt pleaded no contest Tuesday in Doniphan County District Court to charges contained in an amended complaint of two counts of misdemeanor theft.

The plea canceled a jury trial that had been set to begin July 31st.  

Coffelt had originally been charged with one count of felony theft .

He was accused of taking about $32,000 cash from the Highland Stop and Shop.

Coffelt was arrested in March of last year.

Sentencing is set for the morning of August 8th.  



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