NY housekeeper accused of $76,000 in thefts

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FREEPORT, N.Y. (AP) – A Long Island housekeeper is accused of stealing about $76,000 in cash and other valuables from two employers.

Patricia Pavon, 47,  was arraigned Thursday on charges of second and third-degree grand larceny.

She was ordered held on $30,000 bond or $15,000 cash.

Nassau County police allege Pavon took more than $11,000 in cash and $5,000 in jewelry from a Freeport home.

They say that when the residents made the discovery, they contacted relatives in Uniondale who also employed Pavon.

That family determined $60,000 worth of jewelry was missing.

The name of Pavon’s attorney was not immediately available.

She’s due back in court on Monday.