New Hampshire Nanny Pleads Guilty To Theft From Massachusetts Family

HAVERHILL, Mass. (AP) _ A New Hampshire woman who worked as a nanny for a Massachusetts family has been sentenced to a year in jail for stealing $30,000 worth of jewelry and other items from her employers.

Jessica Jean Senter of Plaistow, N.H. pleaded guilty in Haverhill District Court to charges including larceny over $250.

Her boyfriend, 25-year-old Jakub Councilman of Atkinson, N.H., pleaded guilty to larceny under $250 and will serve six months in jail.

Authorities tell the Daily News of Newburyport the 24-year-old Senter was hired by a Groveland family in November 2010.

The victims called police in May after noticing that a jewelry box had been emptied and a power drill, computer and leaf blower were also missing.

Investigators say Senter and Councilman pawned some of the items.
Information from: The Daily News of Newburyport (Mass.),

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