SHEPHERDSVILLE – A woman who was previously convicted of improper handling of tax returns is now in trouble with the law once again.
The Bullitt County Grand Jury panel indicted Penny E. McLaughlin, 50, of Mount Washington on one felony and three misdemeanor counts.
The grand jury alleged that on May 2, 2012, McLaughlin committed the offense of unlawful access to a computer.
This is a Class C felony which is punishable by 5-10 years in prison and a fine of from $1,000-$10,000.
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