TWIN FALLS -- A southern Idaho woman has pleaded guilty to two counts of grand theft by deception for raising money by claiming she had cancer and was pregnant with triplets.
The Times-News reports 44-year-old Lisa Holley changed her plea in a court hearing last week after reaching a deal with prosecutors to drop the charge in the fake pregnancy case.
She is accused of taking $1,435 in money and gifts from members of a Buhl church.
Holley will apply for mental-health court, and could serve three to five years in prison if she fails to successfully complete the program.
Her sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 16.
Her husband, Michael Holley, entered an Alford plea to aiding and abetting grand theft by deception.
He is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. 30