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Prosecutor: Woman who grossed $100K got public defender for shoplifting case
Pereyra was charged Dec. 10 with a felony count of willful concealment by Salem police. Her case is pending in 10th Circuit Court, Salem Division.
Those documents include a copy of Pereyra’s 2013 tax return showing she grossed $100,242 in pay the previous year, several letters and motor vehicle records.
“The state contends that the public’s right to know should not yield to the proposition that to black out sensitive information would take time,” Grosky said in court papers.
“If the defendant is unjustly receiving public counsel, she is depriving the truly needy of those services,” Grosky said in court papers.
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