Former DHS employee pleads guilty in Tulsa

By BILL BRAUN World Staff Writer - Tulsa World Published: October 5, 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 set to be sentenced Dec. 21.

She waived her right to a jury trial, and has no agreement with prosecutors to govern punishment.

Associate District Judge Dana Kuehn withheld any finding of guilt, and allowed Roberts to remain free on bond while she awaits sentencing in cases that were filed in 2008.

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