Norfolk Woman Gets Probation for Stealing From Casino

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) - A Norfolk woman has been given probation for stealing items from a casino hotel.  U.S. Magistrate Judge Thomas D. Thalken sentenced 48-year-old Terrie Whitman, to two years of probation for a theft conviction in connection with stolen items from Ohiya Casino and Resort on the Santee Sioux Indian Reservation. She must pay restitution.  Whitman and three other people stayed at the casino hotel last March. They're accused of taking numerous items, including curtains, pillows, sheets and mattress pads. Surveillance cameras also caught the group taking towels, a clock radio and an iron.  Resort management says the items taken were valued at $884, the amount Whitman has been ordered to pay back.  The three other people have pleaded guilty in the case. They still await sentencing.