Ex-Parking Division Manager In Court - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Ex-Parking Division Manager In Court

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Billings' ex-Parking Division manager was in Justice Court Thursday to face his charges.

In early June, Chris Mallow was charged with a felony county of Theft by Embezzlement, after court documents say he admitted to stealing at least $3,000 from the City.

Mallow was fired from his position by the City of Billings in late May.

Judge Pedro Hernandez released Mallow without bail, but he is ordered to not have any contact with possible victims and witnesses.

Mallow's next court date is tentatively set for August 5th. If convicted, Mallow could face up to 10 years in prison, as well as possible fines.

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