MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 32-year-old woman, who’s incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institute in Waseca, Minn., pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing more than $23,000 in social security benefits.

Nefertiti Randall pleaded guilty to one count of theft of government money, or property.

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In her plea agreement, she admitted that from June 12, 2009, through April 2012, she stole $23,012 from the Social Security Administration. The funds, automatically deposited into a bank account accessible to both Randall and her mother, represented benefits intended solely for Randall’s mother.

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But her mother died in June 2009, and in August 2009, Randall began serving an unrelated, multi-year identity-theft sentence at the Federal Correctional Facility in Waseca.

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The indictment states that Randall continued to access her mother’s social security benefits until spring 2012.