Pair Charged With Selling Fort Sam Houston Property

(AP) - A San Antonio woman and an unidentified former military member have been charged with selling about $918,000 in computers and uniforms stolen from Fort Sam Houston.

A federal indictment alleges Gabriela de la Maza and the ex-service member spent the money on five homes, credit card bills and other items.

They are charged with theft of federal property, aggravated identity theft, conspiracy to launder money and money laundering.

The San Antonio Express News reports that De la Maza, also known as Gabriela Manza Hernandez, appeared in federal court this week and was arrested. An attorney for her was not listed in online court records. Her alleged accomplice is accused of forging paperwork that made the thefts possible.

They face a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted.