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Byline: Sharon Dunn
Aug. 30--One of three people arrested in June on allegations of breaking into cars parked at funerals, school, churches and special events was given two years probation Monday for her limited role in the operation.
Kimberly Nunez, 31, earlier pleaded guilty to first-degree trespass, a felony, and criminal possession of an identification document, a misdemeanor. She will spend the next two years on probation for the misdemeanor while serving a deferred sentence for the felony. If she completes the two years without a new violation, the felony will be erased from her record; otherwise, she could face up to one to three years in prison. Nunez …