Syracuse.com reports that Kristen Johnson, 27, surrendered her license Monday after agreeing to a plea deal on a misdemeanor charge of disseminating of unlawful surveillance photos.
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Turning in her license was part of Johnson’s plea agreement. Johnson also did not contest a charge that she practiced nursing with moral unfitness.
Johnson, who took the pictures as an employee of Upstate University Hospital in 2014, was arrested in May 2015 after a lengthy investigation.
The New York Daily News says the Onondaga County District Attorney’s Office began it’s investigation after Johnson’ co-workers reported that she had texted the photos to others.
Johnson will also be required to spend three years on probation.
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