UPPER MOUNT BETHEL, Pa. - A Pen Argyl woman has pleaded guilty to a list of charges connected to a burglary spree.
Felicia Carhart pleaded guilty Thursday to multiple counts of burglary as well as theft of a firearm.
Officials say Carhart and her husband Jeremy broke into more than a dozen homes in Upper Mount Bethel township between June and August.
They say the couple got away with more than $35,000 in cash, plus guns and jewelry.
Carhart will be sentenced at the end of February.
Her husband will be arraigned in early February.
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