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Convicted Felon Loses Her Nurses License


PICKNEY, Mich. (WLNS)- After being convicted of a felony and misdemeanors, a registered nurse has had her nurses license suspended.

Sheila Lepczynski of Pickney has been convicted of a false report of a felony, two separate incidents of operating while intoxicated, operating with a invalid license, and domestic violence and assault, and battery. She was sentenced to pay fines, as well as 121 days in jail, credited, and probation.

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs issued that Lepczynski's license to practice as a registered nurse be immediately suspended.



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