Spokane judge told to revisit restitution ruling
Prosecutors had asked Price to increase restitution payments for Theodore Saroff, who has been paying off $269,000 at the rate of $50 a month. Saroff formerly operated Spokane Auto Sales and pleaded guilty in 2008 to financial fraud.
The Spokesman-Review reported that the judge agreed Saroff could find rent for less than the $1,650 a month he was paying and that he could cut cell phone and cable bills and tithing. Price ruled Saroff should be able to pay $1,250 a month.
The appeals court told the judge Tuesday to reconsider.
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