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Our Morning Roundup Update: Guilty. That was the plea today of Silver Spring resident and former Metro supervisor Marcia Anderson who, as part of her plea, agrees to pay restitution for stealing $560,000 from her employer. Sentencing will be in August. The scheme, according to Metro, involved Metrocheks, which have proven problematic in more ways than Marcia. Fed employees were caught last year trying to sell their unused vouchers on eBay. One IRS employee made about $930,000 that way while still claiming a free parking space at work. Metro, master of the obvious, is phasing out the use of Metrocheks this year. —Jule Banville