Brandi Tomko, the woman convicted of injuring and killing animals while posing as a veterinarian in Akron, will spend an additional six months in prison related to stolen property charges.
A woman convicted of posing as a veterinarian will spend an additional six months in prison related to two felony stolen property charges.
Brandi Tomko was sentenced in Medina County Common Pleas Court Monday morning.
A court official said Tomko admitted to receiving money from two stolen checks.
Tomko was first sentenced to 18 months in prison on March 15 in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas. She was convicted of eight charges, including fraud and identity theft.
Akron police said she injured and killed pets while posing as a veterinarian at C&D Animal Hospital in Akron.
A woman found guilty of multiple charges related to injuring and killing animals while posing as a veterinarian will go to prison
A judge found fake Akron veterinarian Brandi Tomko, 36, guilty of numerous charges in Summit County Court Friday morning.
Victims became emotional while testifying about their pets at the trial of accused fake Akron veterinarian Brandi Tomko Wednesday.
The trial of a Wadsworth woman accused of injuring and killing pets while posing as a veterinarian begins Tuesday morning in Summit County Court.
A Sharon Township woman accused of pretending to be a veterinarian is now facing additional charges for treating pets at C&D Animal Hospital in Akron.
There was a special meeting Monday morning between two alleged victims of a woman accused of pretending to be a veterinarian in Akron.
A northeast Ohio woman accused of posing as a veterinarian was indicted on several more charges in Summit County Friday, according to Akron police.
A former co-worker says accused fake veterinarian Brandi Tomko mistreated dogs at the C&D Animal Shelter in 2010.