Woman pleads guilty to credit card theft, unrelated burglary

Offenses happened in same apartment complex where she lives.
Cary Ashby
Nov 27, 2012

A Bellevue woman was convicted of a credit card theft and an unrelated burglary Monday.

Ashley M. Stuart, 28, of 975 Monroe St., Apt. 262, pleaded guilty to separate offenses that happened in the same apartment complex where she lives. Stuart will be sentenced Jan. 9 on one count each of theft of a credit card and burglary.

In a plea deal, Huron County Assistant Prosecutor Dina Shenker agreed to dismiss one charge of forgery in connection with a June 22 incident and another burglary charge stemming from a June 29 offense.

The victim had left her credit card in her vehicle in the Monroe Street apartment complex. Shenker said Stuart was caught on surveillance video using the card at four Bellevue businesses June 21.

Eight days later, Stuart stole some jewelry after she entered an apartment without the permission of the resident, the prosecutor said.

"Some of that jewelry has been located. Some has not," Shenker said.

Stuart is free on bond.

Comments

rickross2

I have a sudden urge to watch Dog The Bounty Hunter :-)

JMOP

LMAO. Nice one Rick!

rickross2

She has dogs hair, but looks almost identical to dogs wife in the face.