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Centralia Woman Receives Three Years in Prison for Felony Theft from a Disabled Man

September 16, 2016

A 46-year-old Centralia woman has pleaded guilty to one of three counts of felony theft pending against her for allegedly taking items for a disabled man in May of this year.

Amy Moghadam of North Walnut Street admitted to taking a bicycle valued at over $500. Charges of taking two TV’s and a computer and theft by deception for telling the man she was selling the items to obtain money for an attorney to get a divorce so the two could be together were dropped as part of the plea.

Moghadam was given credit for time already served in the Marion County Jail, one year of mandatory supervised release when getting out of jail, and court costs. A restitution hearing was set for October 4th.

Judge Mark Stedelin granted Moghadam a furlough until September 29th with the condition she would have no contact with the victim.

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