WICHITA FALLS - A former employee of a Wichita Falls car dealership who got probation for embezzlement is now going to serve time for that conviction, and for an evading arrest charge filed while she was on probation.
Ladonna Adams will have to serve six months of the three year suspended sentence for theft from Patterson's Economy Kars and two-years for the evading charge.
Adams was arrested in 2016 for evading and resisting arrest after police say she began fighting and was tased.
Police had tried to serve her with a warrant and say she drove off and they pursued her to a home on Oakhurst Drive.
Police say she got out of the car and they told her to stop, but she began running and said she was going inside the house. An officer ran up and tased her on the leg and she fell down with the officer wrestling with her.
Adams had been placed on probation several months before that incident after she pleaded guilty to pocketing cash payments for cars at Patterson's Economy Kars.
Police say Adams was taking cash payments from customers but not posting them to the buyer's account.
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