A Montana woman charged with driving around her 16-year-old son and six others while they broke into cars in April has changed her plea.
Lisa Dilley pleaded guilty Thursday in District Court to accountability to theft.
Court records say Dilley drove a group of teens around while they stole more than $3,600 worth of items from vehicles. Dilley's husband called police the next morning after finding a pile of items in his back yard that he suspected had been stolen, including a set of golf clubs and power tools.
Five juveniles were arrested in the case, including Dilley's son, along with two 18-year-olds.