KINGMAN - Just how much the county will get back from a former employee accused of stealing county property is still up in the air.
A restitution hearing, which would have determined the amount of compensation the county and several private individuals would have received from Donald Condra, a former county employee, was continued Friday. A new date has not yet been set.
Condra was found guilty in July of four counts of forgery, two counts of theft, one count of fraudulent schemes and artifices and one count of tampering with a computer. He was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Condra worked for the County Public Works Flood Control District from 2004 to 2006. In 2006, he forged and then deposited several checks from T&M Ranch Developing and another company and then allegedly forged a Federal Emergency Management Agency Letter of Map Revision when T&M began to ask questions.
A total of $5,000 was taken from T&M and another $800 from C. David Custom Homes.
He also took four computers from the County Public Works offices.
County Attorney Jace Zack said Friday's hearing was continued after his office received new information about the cost of the county computer equipment. The information was forwarded to Condra's attorney, Jeffery James. The hearing was continued to allow James to speak with Condra about the changes in cost.
Zack did not give details on the changes in cost.