Sabrina Rodriguez, former Fox40 anchor, with her attorney Mark Reichel, pleads no contest to shoplifting charges in Sacramento Superior Court on Friday. Rodriguez agreed to pay $2,480 in restitution and is expected to spend 30 days wearing a monitoring device.
Sabrina Rodriguez, former Fox40 anchor, with her attorney Mark Reichel, pleads no contest to shoplifting charges in Sacramento Superior Court on Friday. Rodriguez agreed to pay $2,480 in restitution and is expected to spend 30 days wearing a monitoring device. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Sabrina Rodriguez, former Fox40 anchor, with her attorney Mark Reichel, pleads no contest to shoplifting charges in Sacramento Superior Court on Friday. Rodriguez agreed to pay $2,480 in restitution and is expected to spend 30 days wearing a monitoring device. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
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