Former Bryan autism school administrator sentenced for theft
Bonnie Kimpling, 53, of Chicago, was sentenced on one count of aggravated theft.
BRYAN, Ohio — The former executive director of the P.A.T.H. School for Autism, Inc. and the P.A.T.H. Academy for Autism, Ltd. has been sentenced to 90 days in jail after a joint investigation by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, the Bryan Police Department, and the Ohio Department of Education found she stole more than $150,000 from the school.
Bonnie Kimpling, 53, of Chicago, was sentenced on one count of aggravated theft, a third-degree felony, in Williams County Common Pleas Court. In addition to jail time, she was sentenced to five years of community control, fined $2,500 and ordered to pay approximately $32,269 in restitution.
Kimpling was also given a 2-year prison term if she fails to meet the terms of her probation.