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EX-NOTRE DAME BOOSTER GETS FOUR-YEAR SENTENCE

A former Notre Dame booster who gave football players gifts and cash out of $1.2 million she took from her employer was sentenced to four years in prison for embezzling the money.

Kimberly Dunbar, 29, was also ordered to pay back all of what she stole after a judge expressed disgust at her "unwavering determination to financially rape this company."

Dunbar clutched a tissue in her hand and dabbed her eyes repeatedly as St. Joseph Superior Court Judge Jerome Frese suspended 12 of the 16 years in prison she faced on two Class C felonies and ordered her to pay restitution of $1.2 million to her former employer, Jerry Dominiack.

Given a chance to address the court, Dunbar told Frese she was sorry for stealing the money from Dominiack Mechanical Inc.

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