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After plea, Va. woman still faces trial

By the Free Lance-Star

A Louisa County woman accused of killing her boyfriend has pleaded guilty to embezzlement and theft charges.

The Free Lance-Star reports that 62-year-old Ulisa Chavers entered the pleas to nine embezzlement counts and one grand larceny charge Wednesday.

She was sentenced to serve a year in jail for each charge and ordered to pay nearly $77,000 in restitution.

Chavers is already serving a five-year sentence. She pleaded guilty last year to concealing a body and fraud and firearms charges.

She still faces trial on a murder charge stemming from the death of Reginald Cody Bowles. His body was found in a well on his property in Louisa in March 2009.

By the Free Lance-Star  | November 12, 2010; 7:31 AM ET
Categories:  From the Courthouse, Virginia  
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This sounds like a nasty piece of dung matter. She should be sent away for ever.
A photo would have been nice.

Posted by: captgrumpy | November 14, 2010 5:49 PM | Report abuse

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