OHIO — Susan Gwynne, a Delaware woman has admitted to stealing from residents of assisted living facilities for years. She stole money, jewelry, watches, and other valuables to pay for her cocaine habit.
101 charges were brought against her, but she agreed to plead guilty to 46 in a plea deal.
Gwynne admitted to the judge that she was posing as a nurse when she began stealing the items from residents, but once she was fired she continued to visit the facilities and steal while wearing scrubs, posing as a nurse.
Her charges include theft, burglary and receiving stolen property. When police obtained a search warrant for her home, they recovered over 3,000 items.
55-year-old Gwynne is scheduled for sentencing in November.