State court officer accused of stealing money from disabled woman

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STRATFORD -

 A state court officer is accused of stealing money from a disabled woman.

The officer was supposed to be working as her aide, but instead, allegedly forged her name on state documents.

The Hartford Courant reports Stratford's Tammy Lynn Dilorio is charged with first-degree larceny and forgery.

The investigation reportedly started three years ago.

She's due in Norwalk Superior Court - where she worked - on Nov. 26.

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