Second woman in robbery of 99-year-old Carson City woman sentenced
April 8, 2015
The second of three women accused of robbing a 99-year-old Carson City woman in March was sentenced to up to six years in prison Monday.
Victoria Mora, who helped plan the robbery, faces 28-72 months of consecutive terms for conspiracy.
Joanna Grajeda is accused of confronting the 99-year-old woman in her garage and forcefully taking her purse, which contained up to $500 in cash and some personal belongings.
Though Victoria Mora was not at the scene, she was accused of helping plan the robbery.
Robbery of a person over 60 years old in Nevada is a Category B felony.
Mora told the judge that she deeply regretted her involvement in the robbery. Before she serves her time for the conspiracy charge, Mora must finish her time for a prior conviction for burglary and possession of stolen items property.
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The third woman, Barbara "Bexy" Mora, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the maximum 15 years for robbery and a consecutive five years for possession of stolen property.