Woman pleads guilty in Medina theft case

A 64-year old woman who cared for a Medina family's three dogs, has pleaded guilty to theft and trafficking in stolen property. Medina Police arrested Mary Winslow Chodl last year at her Seattle apartment. Police found her in possession of credit cards bearing the name of various individuals.

Chodl worked for a Medina family in the North Evergreen Point Road area for over six years.

Chodl plead guilty on May 13 in King County Superior Court to multiple criminal charges, including one count of theft in the first degree, one count of trafficking in stolen property, three counts of theft in the second degree, and one count of identity theft in the second degree.

Chodl will make her final appearance for sentencing on May 29.

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