Judge Grants Continuance in Case of Alleged Embezzler

Judge Grants Continuance in Case of Alleged Embezzler
Judge Grants Continuance in Case of Alleged Embezzler

Clearmont resident Camie Paumer, who's charged with allegedly embezzling $15,000 from the former Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan, appeared in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday.

Paumer's attorney Jonah Buckley motioned for a continuance as he stated that there is just too much information regarding the high profile case to be ready by trial, which was scheduled for mid-November.

Buckley also stated that being from Gillette has made it hard for him to communicate with his client, especially considering Paumer spent four months in jail after being arrested in March of this year for six felonies and three misdemeanors.

District Court Judge John Fenn granted the continuance and set a scheduling conference for November 3rd in order to give both sides time to figure out when the matter can go to trial. Fenn also stated that with how full the District Court calender is, the case may not go to trial till March or April of next year.

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