(Columbus Dispatch) Seated in shackles beside her attorney, Susan Gwynne frowned but showed little other emotion as Delaware County Common Pleas Judge David Gormley began reciting her prison sentence for each of 46 counts — each a charge related to one of Gwynne's victims.
Gwynne, the former nurse's aide who made a living stealing valuables, keepsakes and trust from at least 46 senior center residents for more than 12 years, was sentenced to 65 years in prison.
Gwynne, 55, was caught when residents at the Inn at Olentangy Trail, just south of Delaware, reported valuables missing earlier this year. Surveillance video showed Gwynne, dressed as an employee, entering rooms carrying an empty purse that was bulging when she left. She was charged with 31 counts of felony burglary and theft and 15 misdemeanor counts of receiving stolen property.
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