Monday, April 19, 2010

Court Dates Set In Two Local Theft Cases


A May 3rd court date has been set for an Overton County woman, charged with theft of property. Police say 31-year-old Tabitha Cassondra Wilson of Livingston is accused of stealing from her child's stepmother -- reportedly with the child's help. The warrant in the case alleges that Wilson had asked the 9-year-old "to look and see if there was any jewelry in (the stepmother's) home and to bring it to her." When the child complied, Wilson allegedly pawned that jewelry. Meanwhile, May 3rd is also the court date for 23-year-old Brian Shawn Young of Cookeville. He was charged with burglary after being arrested on a charge of public intoxication last week. Police say they found him in possession of a guitar stolen in the burglary.