A 90 day jail sentence was imposed Thursday for a former Bullhead City police dispatcher who looted funds while serving as Treasurer of the Police Officer Association. Devon Harris, 36, Laughlin, was also placed on probation for three years and ordered to perform 200 hours of community work service. Harris pled guilty to theft for using a debit card on dozens of occasions to withdraw more than $15,000 from an Association bank account over a 2 1/2 year period ending in the spring of 2013. “You made 83 bad choices when you took money that did not belong to you,” said Mohave County Superior Court Judge Rick Williams. Harris resigned her position as a Bullhead City police dispatcher at the start of the embezzlement investigation. Her husband Marvin is still employed as a police officer with the department and authorities have indicated there was never any evidence that he was aware of his wife’s financial transgressions.