Indictments for theft handed down on cases

by | May 23, 2019 | Latest

Indictments have been handed down by the Collin County Grand Jury on a series of thefts in Farmersville. (File photo)

A slew of indictments have been handed down by the Collin County Grand Jury based on cases originally filed by the Farmersville Police Department.

Stephanie Lynn Baldridge was indicted Thursday, May 16 for three charges: theft of property more than or equal to $2,500 to $30,000 (State Jail felony), theft of property more than or equal to $30,000 to $150,000 (Third Degree felony) and burglary of a building (State Jail felony).

Taylor Thomas was indicted on three charges: burglary of a building (State Jail felony), theft of property more than or equal to $30,000 to $150,000 (Third Degree felony) and theft of property more than or equal to $2,500 to $30,000 (State Jail felony).

According to information released by the Farmersville Police Department, the charges stem from a group of thefts that allegedly occurred March 12.

According to information on the police report, an orange Kabota RTV was taken from Pinky’s located at 1256 W. Audie Murphy Parkway. The report also states two Nissan forklifts, a golf cart and a Sasuki mini truck were stuck in the mud at 1400 Duraedge Way, at JD Russell, after suspects attempted to take them.

A Ford F-650 was taken from Dowel Bars and Baskets and left at JD Russell.

The suspects were linked to the cases through further evidence.

All vehicles were recovered and found stuck in the mud.

By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]

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