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Jewelry theft trial set for home care worker
November 10, 2012, 05:00 AM

Luis Cebrero


An 18-year-old food service worker accused of stealing more than $400 worth of jewelry from a resident at a Redwood City assisted living home will stand trial next month on felony charges of burglary, receiving stolen property and elder abuse.

Luis Hermelindo Cebrero, of unincorporated San Mateo County, pleaded not guilty to all charges in Superior Court before a judge set a Dec. 17 jury trial date. Cebrero also returns to court Nov. 19 for a pretrial conference.

Cebrero had worked at the Woodside Terrace Senior Living Complex for six months, during which time prosecutors say he had admitted committing at least six previously unsolved thefts. On Oct. 8, another employee reported finding approximately $425 worth of jewelry hidden in a food tray Cebrero had removed from a room. Police reported finding several items of jewelry stolen from other facility residents inside Cebrero’s apartment.


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