PIERRE — Prosecutors in Hughes County have reached a plea agreement with a Pierre woman charged with embezzling money from a Pierre auto dealer. Originally indicted on a single count of Embezzlement by Grand Theft by a Hughes County grand jury in late August, 30 year-old Courtney Hall pleaded guilty to a single count of Embezzlement. In making the deal, Hall is pleading down from a Class Four felony to a Class Five felony, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and or a 10-thousand dollar fine. In establishing a factual basis for Sixth Circuit Judge Bridget Mayer, States Attorney Jessica LaMie says Hall used charge cards for Wegner Auto of Pierre for personal purchases from Sam’s Club and Amazon. LeMie says the amount charged by Hall was just under five-thousand dollars but Mayer says she may make Hall liable for more than the five-thousand amount. Hall’s attorney Rob Konrad requested a suspended imposition of sentence for Hall. As part of a pre-sentence investigation a 2012 sealed court filing will be unsealed to see if a suspended imposition is available for use in the case. Sentencing for Hall is set for February 23rd.