Nun Scammer Completes Sentence

Denise D’Sant Angelo completed her sentence behind bars for stealing $2,800 that local donors had intended to help three nuns find housing. D’Sant Angelo, who was sentenced to a two-year prison term but served her time in County Jail, will be headed to trial soon to face separate allegations of financial elder abuse, several counts of theft, and a charge of unlawful practice of law.

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