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Va. Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing Packages from Porches

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP)- A Virginia Beach woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than 100 packages from front porches around the city.

Media outlets report that 50-year-old Leigh Ann Larson pleaded guilty on Monday in Virginia Beach Circuit Court to seven counts of grand larceny and one petit larceny count. Larson is scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. 26.

The thefts occurred in December 2014. Police say they recovered more than 100 packages following Larson's arrest.


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