Redmond woman convicted of theft at Central Oregon KOA campground
Alexis Bybee, 38, of Redmond was convicted April 27 of aggravated theft and multiple instances of computer crimes.
Bybee was an employee of the Central Oregon KOA campground near Culver in 2020. She was arrested on multiple charges of theft after a manager noticed suspicious transactions that occurred between July 17 and September 28, 2020.
Bybee was also convicted by a grand jury on six counts of computer crimes in another case. These crimes occurred between August 17 and September 28, 2020.
Bybee was initially charged with 23 counts of computer crimes and 26 counts of theft, including aggravated theft, mail theft, and identity theft. She was previously convicted on charges of theft in Deschutes and Multnomah counties.
Bybee was sentence in Jefferson County Court Wednesday after pleading guilty to one count of first-degree aggravated theft and six counts of computer crimes. The additional charges were dismissed.
Bybee is sentenced to a total of 55 months in prison and two-years post prison supervision, with credit for time served. Bybee is also ordered to pay a fine of $12,117.64 to the KOA Campground.
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