A babysitter accused of stealing jewelry and checks from an Upper St. Clair home has agreed to a plea deal.
Kaylin Lyon, 18, agreed to a summary disorderly conduct charge last Monday in district Judge Robert Wyda's courtroom.
According to a criminal complaint filed by the Upper St. Clair police, an Upper St. Clair family accused Lyon of stealing $4,000 in jewelry and taking and cashing two of their checks. They noticed the items missing after she babysat their 2 year old.
Police stated she sold the jewelry for $315 at Yuriy's Jewelry at Robinson Mall.
Pet Sitter Charged With Stealing Pittsburgh Pirates Tickets
Lindsay Whalen, 28, of Presto, PA, is charged with one count of theft by unlawful taking.
According to the criminal complaint, Whalen admitted to police she stole four Lexus Club Pittsburgh Pirates tickets from an Upper St. Clair home while she was pet sitting in June 2012.
The homeowner also told police jewelry, cash and an Immaculate Reception Steelers ticket stub was missing. Whalen told police she did not steal those items.
The charge was waived to court.
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