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Woman charged with theft

A 35-year-old Rosemount woman faces felony theft charges for failing to report changes to her status on public assistance forms.

According to a complaint filed in the Dakota County Attorney's office Anquinette Gleason made late reports of employment income. Such changes are supposed to be reported within 10 days, but in some cases Gleason reportedly went months without notifying anybody of changes to her status.

Gleason reportedly received $3,864 to which she was not entitled.

If convicted on a felony theft charge Gleason could face up to five years in jail and fines of up to $10,000. A gross misdemeanor charge of theft by false representation carries a maximum sentence of one year and a maximum fine of $3,000.