Piqua woman accused of stealing from disabled client

Kina Davis, 43, was indicted by a Miami County Grand Jury. Miami County Courthouse. CONTRIBUTED/DISPATCH.

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Kina Davis, 43, was indicted by a Miami County Grand Jury. Miami County Courthouse. CONTRIBUTED/DISPATCH.

TROY - A Piqua woman pleaded not guilty Thursday to a felony indictment accusing her of the theft of more than $2,000 from a disabled man’s checking account.

Kina Davis, 43, was indicted by a Miami County Grand Jury for allegedly writing two checks to herself on the account of a client of Champaign Residential Services Inc. while serving as a home manager in March.

The checks combined totaled $2,195 and were cashed at a Troy bank, according to a report by Troy police. The report said Davis allegedly was to use the client’s money to buy patio furniture for the client. The furniture was not purchased, police said.

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If convicted, the charge carries a sentence of up to 18 months in prison.

Davis pleaded not guilty in Miami County Common Pleas Court. Judge Jeannine Pratt approved her released on a recognizance bond with the condition Davis has no contact with the man. A pretrial hearing for Davis is scheduled for Oct. 29.

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