Lorie O'Donnell pleads guilty to tresspassing
The chief public defender for Loudoun and two other counties pleaded guilty to trespassing in connection with the alleged theft of a $2.59 can of Red Bull, the Washington Post reports.
Lorie O’Donnell, who is the chief public defender for Loudoun, Fauquier and Rappahannock counties, pleaded guilty to the trespassing charge on Dec. 18, the Post reports. She must pay a $500 fine.
She was arrested in March in Winchester for allegedly trying to shoplift a can of Red Bull. The Post reports she had allegedly been caught stealing from the same store.
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