September 20, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A mother and daughter have pleaded guilty to killing their 73-year-old neighbor in Las Vegas and pawning her coin collection.
The Las Vegas Sun reports (http://bit.ly/10QKOHk) that 46-year-old Lourie Rodriguez and her 27-year-old daughter Amber Hall took a plea deal Wednesday in the April slaying of Jean Greenburg. They had previously pleaded not guilty to charges against them.
Hall was accused of hiding a board in her 3-month-old son's stroller on a visit to Greenburg's apartment before Rodriguez allegedly used the board and a knife to attack Greenburg.
A search of their apartment turned up more than $2,500, which Hall told police came from pawning Greenburg's coins.
Rodriguez pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and robbery, while Hall pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and robbery.
Sentencing is set April 1.
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