I've been defending a person for years who I now believe stole from me, and possibly others on here- she was arrested a couple of days ago for grand theft, (over $26,000.00 over a 2 year period, and returned some of the items, after admitting to the crime- the pawn broker is also a witness to the plaintiffs, saying she brought him things for years-we know her as blue herron-
I'm sure the daughter's just as bad- I told my dh he was wrong, because he kept saying she stole a brand new speaker still in the box! my new suede boots went missing- God only knows what she took- she always told me I was the only person who was nice to her-
Documents show she was confronted by a customer when her wedding ring was missing. They told her to return it or they'd call the cops. The next day a bag was left at the house with multiple items that were stolen, with an apology note. Cops were called. The returned items and note are pretty strong evidence. She stole plenty of stuff and was a regular customer at a pawn shop, according to documents.