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Goods were sold on eBay

Patrick Parkinson, Of the Record staff

A preliminary hearing is scheduled in 3rd District Court Sept. 22 at 1:30 p.m. for a West Jordan woman who allegedly sold items she stole from the Jeremy Ranch Country Club on eBay.

Heidi Sue Henning, 44, received the apparel from Nike, charging documents state.

"Jeremy Ranch management became aware of the missing items when contacted about an unpaid invoice for items delivered in July 2006," charging documents filed against Henning state. "The internal investigation revealed that the defendant had ordered the items on July 11, 2006 and signed for them on July 13, 2006."

She received roughly 145 items delivered to the club by Federal Express, Summit County prosecutor Gus Chin claims.

"The invoiced value of items which were never added to the club’s inventory was $3,022.68," court papers state.

Henning is charged with theft, which is a third-degree felony.

"She is innocent," attorney Richard Dibblee said about Henning, who he represents.

The matter is a civil dispute, Dibblee said.

"It’s a dispute between an employee and an employer," he said, adding that "[Henning] is innocent of any criminal activity."

According to investigators, "shipped items which were golf apparel of various styles and types were placed and sold on eBay by the defendant."

People convicted of third-degree felonies in Utah could be sentenced to spend up to five years in prison and pay a $5,000 fine.


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