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Peoria Woman Ordered to Repay in Jewelry Theft Case

Peoria Woman Ordered to Repay in Jewelry Case
A Peoria woman, sentenced to jail for stealing jewelry from Alzheimer's patients, was ordered Monday to repay 930 dollars in restitution to the victims. 25 year old Lacey Simmons pleaded guilty earlier this month to financial exploitation of a person with a disability and was given credit for 56 days she has already served. Police say Simmons confessed to committing some thefts at Grandview Alzheimer's Special Care Center and pawning the jewelry at local pawn shops. Police claim they have recovered and returned several pieces of jewelry to the owners.
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