A Westminster woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to running theft scheme involving the theft of items from homes where she was employed as a cleaner.
Kayla Marie Will, 32, of the 300 block of St. Andrews Lane, is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 5 after she spends two weeks receiving substance abuse treatment.
Public defender Diane Lach said the next step in Will's treatment will be determined at the sentencing hearing.
A Westminster Police Department detective reviewing pawn shop records noticed in March that Will was pawning items frequently and investigated the transactions, according to the statement in support of the plea read into the record by Senior Assistant State's Attorney Melissa Hockensmith.
Will was indicted in April on charges of stealing jewelry and other items from homes she cleaned, Hockensmith said. Items stolen included a sword, a knife and several pieces of jewelry, taken from multiple clients.