Museum theft case inches closer to a final resolution

A major step was taken on Tuesday in the case against a county woman accused of stealing money from the Mariposa Museum and History Center.

Suzen Dyslin, 58, is expected to change her not guilty pleas during a court appearance in two weeks. In addition, Dyslin, who was the bookkeeper at the museum, issued a restitution check for $27,948.06 just prior to an appearance before Mariposa County Superior Court Judge Michael Fagalde.

Her attorney, Eugene Action, handed the check to Miranda Fengel...

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