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HOUSEKEEPER CHARGED
Housekeeper charged with receiving stolen property, police say thousands in jewelry involved

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Friday, April 4, 2014 10:45 AM EDT
BOWLING GREEN, Ky.


A Bowling Green housekeeper has entered a not guilty plea to a charge of receiving stolen property.

Police say 36-year-old Elizabeth R. Cunningham took three rings valued at a total of $14,200 from a home where she worked. The Daily News reported that two of the rings were returned with an anonymous note in the owners' mailbox, while a third was recovered from a pawn shop in Elizabethtown.

The owner of the rings she realized the jewelry was missing around March 24, after Cunningham had been working in the house for about three weeks.

Cunningham was in Warren County Regional Jail on Tuesday and bonded out later that day.

Cunningham's attorney, David Broderick, did not return a phone call made to his office.










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