Appellant was indicted on one count of kidnapping or, in the alternative, one count of custodial interference and one count of conspiracy to commit kidnapping or, in the alternative, custodial interference. On motion of the state, counts one and three were dismissed with prejudice. As to count two, the parties stipulated that appellant would waive a jury trial and that the matter would be submitted to the court for determination on the basis of the record before the court in the case of appellants co-defendant, Donald Bruce Jones. It was further stipulated that in the event the court found appellant guilty and determined to impose a sentence other than probation, appellant would have the right to withdraw her submission to the court and have the case tried to a jury. On the basis of the stipulation and the record in Jones case, the court found appellant guilty of the charge of custodial interference which was treated as a class one misdemeanor, and placed appellant on two years probation, on the condition she perform 100 hours of community service work.