If a theft charge is reduced to a disorderly conduct, what will show up on my background check?

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In 2006 I was arrested for theft. I pled guilty to summary disorderly conduct. On docket sheet shows that the theft charge had been changed. The disorderly conduct is a summary offense. I paid a fine and completed a thief awareness course as part of my plea agreement. I am currently a security officer and they finally ran my fingerprints. They said something came up but they aren't sure what it is yet. If the theft comes up I will be fired. Should I be worried?

Answered 6 years ago| Contributor
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