The daughter of Monroe County Sheriff Bob Peryam, arrested Aug. 28 for felony grand theft, will likely agree to a plea deal, according to the Monroe County state attorneys office.
Allison Peryam, 26, is accused of stealing from Home Depot in Key West, where she worked as a cashier, through fraudulent returns.
A search of her purse following her arrest turned up 18 syringes and two spoons. Following her arrest, Peryam entered a rehab program at Plantation General Hospital, according to a fax sent to prosecutor Carla Matinata.
Matinata, an assistant state attorney, says the case "is not expected to go to trial. We have extended a plea offer that seems to be agreeable to the defense and this case will most likely end with a plea."
Home Depot Loss Prevention Manager Gerardo Rodriguez told police that Peryam would print copies of customer receipts, then conduct a return transaction with the receipts and keep the money. The transactions happened from Aug. 13 to Aug. 15 and were for $48.36, $64.49 and $235.42.
Peryams next court date is set for Oct. 29 before Circuit Court Judge Mark Jones at the Freeman Justice Center in Key West.
"That is usually just a time when the defense and the state talk about the status of the case with the judge," Matinata says.
Bob Peryam declined to comment.