A Brookfield woman accused of embezzling money from a local PTO has been granted accelerated rehabilitation by the courts. 39-year old Monica Bevilacqua will have the 5 felony charges dropped if she completes the two-year, pretrial intervention program. She allegedly stole $12,700 dollars from Center Elementary School PTO's accounts over two years by writing herself 11 checks and making more than 180 personal charges on the PTO's credit card. Bevilacqua paid restitution, plus a more than $7,000 charitable donation to the PTO, which does not receive any public funding from the town or its schools. She must also complete 156 hours of community service and continue counseling and treatment.