2nd suspect in diaper theft gets jail time
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Another suspect in the theft from the Fox Cities Diaper Bank will spend at least nine months behind bars.

A judge handed down that sentence to 43-year-old Jason Havel of Appleton today almost two weeks after the other man got the same amount of time in jail.

Winnebago County Judge Barbara Key also ordered Havel to serve four years on probation. She says Havel could go to prison for two years, if he gets into trouble during that time.

Havel entered a no contest plea to a felony theft charge in May.

He was working for Valley Packaging when about 100,000 diapers went missing from a warehouse in Fox Crossing.

Fifty-two-year-old John Forbes of Neenah was also convicted. He'll serve three years on probation.

After the theft was announced the diaper bank received over 400,000 donated diapers.

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