Woman pleads guilty to burglary, won't face prison time

Suspect 'scares the heck' out of 12-year-old child who was in the home when she went looking for drugs.
Cary Ashby
Feb 26, 2013


A Wakeman woman pleaded guilty Monday to entering a family friend's residence to look for drugs.

Carrie S. Waldron, 32, of 6101 Zenobia Road, will be sentenced April 10 for burglary. She faces six to 18 months in the Huron County Jail, not a prison, because she has no prior felony convictions.

As part of plea deal Monday, Huron County Prosecutor Russell Leffler said the state agreed not to prosecute Waldron on a second-degree felony in connection with the same Oct. 23 incident.

When Waldron entered the victim's residence to look for drugs, she was surprised to find a 12-year-old child inside, Leffler said.

"She didn't steal anything at the time, but she scared the heck out of the child," he added.

Waldron, is out on bond, is subject to random drug screens.



Lorri7777 where's yer post?


Classy. Way to parent your children. I feel so sorry for those boys. I bet you will be finding God in jail to get your sentence reduced!


I have never spent any time in an American jail. However, I did spend six years in a Turkish prison back in the late '70s. I was there for six years for smuggling Cat Stevens CD's and some hash. I met some nice guys whom still send me xmas cards. I recall the smell of stale urine and moldy cheese daily.


Wow a drug addict who commits burglary and gets no prison time just county time /w probation. That's B.S. and you know it to Russ. Starting to act like G. Ford, exchange of service for a better deal?

swiss family

OUCH !!!!!!


Lookin for drugs, in all the wrong places.

Mr. Touchdown

Standard procedure for Conner & Leffler...Throw out charges,reduce sentences,probation,halfway house...I'm surprised more trash doesn't move in to Huron county for the light slap on the wrist for doing crime.


She looks like a robot. Must seek more drugs...