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Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 10:52 am | Updated: 12:28 pm, Wed Jun 26, 2013.

SARASOTA, Fla. - The four members of a female crime ring have plead guilty and have been sentenced for up to 10 years in prison on variety of charges stemming from their two-week crime spree.

The women were arrested by the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office in November 2012.

According to the sheriff's office, the sentences are as follows:

21-year-old Caroline Catarzi pled guilty to 14 burglaries plus six counts of dealing in stolen property and providing false information to a pawn broker. She received a 10 year prison sentence with one year community control and four years of drug offender probation.

23-year-old Alyssa Conrad pled guilty to 14 burglaries plus eight counts of dealing in stolen property and providing false information to a pawn broker. She received a 10 year prison sentence with one year community control and four years of drug offender probation.

19-year-old Samantha Smith pled guilty to seven burglary charges plus four counts of dealing in stolen property and providing false information to a pawn broker. She received a four year prison sentence and 10 years of probation.

19-year-old Brandy Kinney pled guilty to six burglary charges and was sentenced to just under a year in jail with four years of probation.

This group was suspected of more than 30 burglaries that were investigated by both the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office and the Sarasota Police Department.

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  • SRQ420 posted at 9:35 pm on Wed, Jun 26, 2013.

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    Look at that little drug addicted thief, smiling in her mug shot. I wondering if she's smiling now knowing that she's going to prison for 10 years and will never EVER be able to be a productive member of society as she will only be able to obtain minimum wage jobs now that she is a convicted felon. She'll most likely be released from prison and have to live off of food stamps and minimum wage.

    As to Caroline Catarzi, it's about time somebody stopped that girl. She was out of control, a high school drop out junkie from years ago. Caroline is the epitome of what most people consider a "bad person." Caroline first started stealing from her own family to support her drug addiction. Her family that allowed her high school drop out, unemployed, drug addicted behind to reside at their residence for free. Once she stole everything her father and grandmother owned, she moved on to robbing innocent, productive, responsible members of society to support her selfish habit.
    What's worse is that she manipulated these other immature women who probably have low self-esteem and convinced them to assist her in her selfish, drug fueled, crime spree. She is basically just a bad seed, and 10 years isn't enough time.

    She'll definitely be back in prison very shortly after she gets out.
    At least the citizens of Sarasota are safer now that she is behind bars. Her poor parents must be so proud..

    Oh, and teenage girls are safer too. Caroline likes to pray on young teenagers who are unsure of their sexuality.