A Dickson woman was placed on probation for two years after pleading no contest to stealing gold jewelry from her employer. 49-year-old Ramona J. Pensyl of Spring Street was indicted in March on a single count of theft for keeping various items of gold jewelry that were brought in to sell at Buy Gold Center on Highway 46 where she worked. The indictment charges that between Dec. 13 and Jan. 4 she pocketed over $2,300 in gold jewelry that had been brought into the store by customers. Assistant District Attorney Billy Miller said the thefts were discovered when the invoices of purchased jewelry did not match the list of items sent to the smelter. Pensyl pleaded no lo contendre in Dickson County Circuit Court Wednesday and Judge George Sexton placed her on probation for two years and ordered her to make full restitution to her former employer within 12 months.