Robin Fiedler of Sandwich IL pleads guilty to theft from dental office


SYCAMORE – A Sandwich woman pleaded guilty this week to stealing money from a Sandwich dental practice over a four-year period.

 Robin Fiedler, 42, was sentenced Tuesday to 2½ years of probation by DeKalb County Presiding Judge Robbin Stuckert. As a condition of her sentence, she has to make restitution to the Walter Dental Group and cannot have contact with Dr. John Waters, according to a news release from State’s Attorney Clay Campbell.

She was arrested in June. At that time, prosecutors said Fiedler was accused of taking the money through a series of incidents beginning in November 2006 and continuing through April. During that time, Fiedler was employed by the Waters Dental Group in Sandwich, an employee at the dental office confirmed in 2011.

From November 2006 through April, Fiedler “knowingly gained unauthorized control over $11,850.90 as of the time of the filing of the charges and had neither permission nor authority to take control of the money,” according to the news release.

Fiedler pleaded guilty to theft, a Class 3 felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

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