DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) -- An Alabama woman accused of taking advantage of a man with dementia has pleaded guilty to more than a half-dozen felony charges.
The Dothan Eagle reports that 32-year-old Ouida Mooney of Wicksburg was the man's caretaker.
She pleaded guilty Thursday to all seven felony charges filed against her.
Houston County Sheriff's investigators arrested Mooney in March 2012. She was charged with five felony counts of second-degree forgery, one felony count of first-degree identify theft and one felony count of first-degree theft of property.
Mooney entered what's referred to as a blind guilty plea, which means there was no agreed upon sentence by the prosecution or defense counsel in the case.
Her sentencing is set for November.
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