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Ex-DHS worker faces December sentencing

BY BILL BRAUN - Tulsa World Modified: October 6, 2009 at 5:23 am •  Published: October 6, 2009
A former Department of Human Services employee pleaded guilty Monday to two Tulsa County felony charges of financially exploiting vulnerable adults.

Debra Roberts, 51, is to be sentenced Dec. 21.

She waived her right to a trial, and she has no agreement with prosecutors to govern her punishment. Associate District Judge Dana Kuehn withheld any finding of guilt.

Roberts remains free on bail while she awaits sentencing in two cases filed in 2008.

Roberts, of Chelsea, was a DHS Adult Protective Services specialist.

She was charged in one case with taking nearly $4,500 that belonged to an 84-year-old man.

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Debra Roberts, a former

Department of Human Services employee, also has an unresolved exploitation charge in Rogers County. The charge alleges that she took $900 from a

guardianship account, records show. Roberts, whose employment with the Department of Human Services began in August 2004, was suspended from her duties in June 2008. She was discharged from DHS in

November 2008 after an internal



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