Former PVA Bock Pleads Guilty to Theft, Forgery
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MAYFIELD, KY - The former McCracken County Property Valuation Administrator has entered a guilty plea to theft and forgery charges.

According to a Graves County Circuit Court Clerk, Nancy Bock pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking between $500 and $10,000, and forgery 2nd degree. She is scheduled to be sentenced on July 29. 

Bock entered a not guilty plea in Graves County in November on seven counts of 2nd degree forgery and one count of theft by unlawful taking over $500. She resigned her elected office just before a September indictment in McCracken County. State Police detectives told a grand jury Bock stole over $6,000 by forging travel vouchers and using a state credit card for personal purchases. Their investigation began in March of 2018.

The case was moved to Graves County because both McCracken County Judges recused themselves at the September arraignment. 

Published 10:32 PM, Tuesday Apr. 02, 2019
Updated 07:45 AM, Thursday Apr. 04, 2019

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