— The Maine attorney general says a woman who sold hunting and fishing licenses for the state will serve 30 days in jail for misappropriating more than $16,000 in license fees.

Authorities say 64-year-old Lynn C. Taylor of Portage Lake pleaded guilty on Friday.

Officials say Taylor, the owner of Coffin’s General Store, signed an agreement to become a license and registration agent for the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in 2006. Authorities say the contract required that the money collected from the sale of licenses, permits and registrations be turned over to the state.

As part of the plea deal, Taylor must pay back over $16,000 in fees within six months.

If she fails to pay restitution, she faces up to five years in prison.