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As a 19-year-old, Katherine Kalthoff stole a ceramic baby Jesus off a Fair Oaks lawn. The Sacramento woman has felt guilty about it for three decades, and is making up for her youthful misdeed by replacing other baby Jesus statues stolen from nativity scenes, including one in Elk Grove. Andrew Seng The Sacramento Bee
As a 19-year-old, Katherine Kalthoff stole a ceramic baby Jesus off a Fair Oaks lawn. The Sacramento woman has felt guilty about it for three decades, and is making up for her youthful misdeed by replacing other baby Jesus statues stolen from nativity scenes, including one in Elk Grove. Andrew Seng The Sacramento Bee

Woman will replace stolen Jesus figurine as penance for youthful misdeed

January 03, 2017 05:35 PM

UPDATED January 04, 2017 07:48 AM

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