The woman who was linked with two dozen attacks aimed at people in connection with the Justice Institute of BC won’t be spending time in jail.
Candy Rheaume has pleaded guilty to one count of unauthorized use of a computer service of system, after fraudulently obtaining the names of victims through the company’s database.
The former ICBC employee has been given a suspended sentence, nine months of probation and 40 hours of community service.
Fifteen people were the targeted by a man who used information from their license plates after seeing them park at the Justice Institute to track them down.
The attacks ranged from arsons to shootings, ranging from April 2011 to January 2012.
That man, Vincent Cheung, was sentenced to 13.5 years in prison last year.
Rheaume was fired from ICBC in 2011 for a breach of confidential information when police linked her to the attacks through an investigation.