Lepler Pleads Not Guilty, County Leaders Step Up To Assist Affected Families
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A Grand Island woman accused of fraud against families who bought headstones they never received, has plead not guilty.
Kelli Lepler faces 45 counts of theft by deception.
Police say Lepler's business Monument Advisors sold headstones to people knowing she could not deliver what she had sold.
As the legal proceedings continue in the courts, two county leaders have stepped up to aid the families affected by the Monument Advisors debacle.
KRGI's Tyson Havranek has the story
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