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House cleaner accused of stealing from clients' homes

Kayla Marie Will, accused of stealing from homes while working as a house cleaner, is charged with theft scheme $10,000 to less than $100,000 and six counts of theft. Full story: <a href="http://bit.ly/1Hdqkht" target="newwin">http://bit.ly/1Hdqkht</a>

A Westminster woman accused of stealing from homes while working as a house cleaner was released on unsecured bond Monday after being indicted last week.

Kayla Marie Will, 31, of the 300 block of Saint Andrews Lane, is charged with theft scheme $10,000 to less than $100,000 and six counts of theft, according to electronic court files.

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Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Fred S. Hecker released Will on $30,000 unsecured bond following a bail review Monday in the Circuit Court for Carroll County.

Will was employed by a cleaning company in February and March when she allegedly stole more than $16,000 worth of jewelry and other items from homes where she worked, according to Senior Assistant State's Attorney Melissa Hockensmith.

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Public defender Chris Horn said Will is not on probation and has no pending cases.

She participates in a drug treatment program. Will told the judge she has been sober for three months and is the caretaker for her two children. Pretrial services will randomly test Will for drug and alcohol use while she awaits trial.

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