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An out-of-state woman accused of stealing credit cards from a purse in a Radcliff classroom is now serving a three-year sentence for burglary.
Jazzcelyn D. Glover, 27, was sentenced last week to complicity to commit third-degree burglary and four felony counts and one misdemeanor count of complicity to commit fraudulent use of a credit card.
A jury trial had been scheduled for Jan. 9. However, Glover pleaded guilty the day before the trial was scheduled to begin, according to court records.
Glover has been sentenced to three years in prison for the burglary charge, according to records. Upon her release, she will enter five-year probation on the remaining charges.
She pleaded guilty to five Class D felonies, which are punishable by one to five years in prison if found guilty, according to Kentucky Revised Statutes.
Court records show an evidentiary hearing is scheduled March 12 to determine Glover’s restitution.
According to Kentucky State Police, Glover and an unknown man circumvented security Sept. 7, 2011, at North Hardin Christian School and entered an unoccupied classroom.
After removing credit cards from a purse, they used them at several Elizabethtown stores to purchase items, including iPads and gift cards, police said.
Though investigators questioned Glover, she did not provide the name of the second suspect, police said.
Glover was indicted in August and extradited to Hardin County from Nebraska, where she was serving a sentence in the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women for theft by taking, according to records.
She has been lodged since Sept. 14 at the Hardin County Detention Center, according to the jail’s online records.
Sarah Bennett can be reached at (270) 505-1750 or firstname.lastname@example.org.