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A former Valencia High School baseball coach Wednesday admitted the theft of more than $14,000 in school funds.

The grand theft charge against Jared Scott Snyder will be reduced to a misdemeanor and he’ll be sentenced to a year on probation if he completes 300 hours of community service and pays $14,100 in restitution by the time of his May 2018 sentencing, according to Jane Robison with the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

The 46-year-old defendant was warned that he if doesn’t complete the community service or pay the restitution by then, he’ll face 180 days in county jail and three years probation.

“I’ve got to tell you you’ve got to come up with the money …,” Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephen A. Marcus told the former coach, who had been set to go on trial next week.

–City News Service 

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