Case dismissed against former DePaul employee accused of stealing laptops

The woman was facing a felony burglary charge in the 2018 incident.

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A former DePaul employee had her burglary charge dismissed.

A judge dismissed a burglary charge Oct. 23, 2019, against a former DePaul employee.

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A former DePaul University employee accused of stealing computer equipment from the school after she was laid off has had her cased dismissed.

The 41-year-old woman was facing a felony burglary charge in the 2018 incident, according to a statement from Chicago police.

Judge Rosa M. Silva dismissed the case Oct. 23, according to Cook County court records.

She had been accused of using her ID card to enter DePaul’s campus sometime between June and July 2018 and taking several laptops home, police said in a statement at the time. 

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