A Lincoln woman who drove an 85-year-old woman with Alzheimer's disease to a bank to take cash from her account has been sentenced to probation.
Police say 28-year-old Megan Clark had only traffic fines on her record before being charged with attempted abuse of a vulnerable adult and theft.
In December 2010, the elderly woman's daughter reported cash missing from her mother's account and said she'd discovered several suspicious cash withdrawals earlier that year. They added up to just under $3,000.
Police says Clark, the woman's home health care worker, was seen on bank video driving the woman through the drive-through to make a withdrawal.
Clark has pleaded guilty to both misdemeanors and was sentenced Monday.