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Former Tempe High security guard convicted in theft of football ticket sales

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Posted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 9:44 pm

A onetime security guard at Tempe High School has been found guilty of burglary and theft charges.

A Maricopa County jury reached the verdict Tuesday against Kimmie Dwayne Baker. He is set to be sentenced in October.

Baker was arrested last October after $1,028 in cash had been stolen from a locked closet in an administration office.

Police accused Baker of entering the office and taking the money that came from football ticket sales. Police said at the time that Baker denied having a key.

A search of Baker's residence later turned up a key to the closet where the money was stored.

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