BOISE, Idaho -

Federal prosecutors say a Boise woman and former employee of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has pleaded guilty to stealing from the agency during a three-year period.
    
Thirty-five-year-old Katrina Telleria pleaded guilty Monday to three counts of theft of government gift cards, one count of stealing government equipment and making a false statement.
    
She was indicted by a federal grand jury in April of nearly three dozen felony and misdemeanor theft charges. The deal reached with U.S. Attorneys reduced the number of charges.
    
She admitted to stealing government issued credit cards intended for an employee rewards program and using them instead for personal reasons.
    
Telleria faces multiple years in prison and fines. Prosecutors say they will also seek more than $73,000 in restitution during her Feb. 25 sentencing.