Clarion woman accused of leaving wallet in shopping cart waives hearing :: exploreClarion.com
CLARION CO., Pennsylvania (EYT) – A Clarion woman waived her hearing on Tuesday on charges of theft following an incident in which she allegedly took a wallet that another buyer accidentally left at a local business.
According to court documents, the following charge against a 30-year-old Allison Elizabeth Oberdorff was waived to appear in court on Tuesday, September 7:
– Theft of lost property, etc. by mistake, misdemeanor 3
The charge has been transferred to the Clarion County Court of Common Pleas.
Oberdorff remains free after being released on her own contract.
The charge stems from an incident in Monroe Township in June.
Details of the case:
According to a criminal complaint, at around 6:45 p.m. on June 20, a known victim left her wallet in her basket at a store in Monroe Township, Clarion County, and Allison Oberdorff then took the wallet out of the cart and did not return it to store employees or the police.
Company CCTV showed Oberdorff took the wallet, the complaint notes.
The total amount stolen was $ 75, according to the complaint.
The charge was filed against Oberdorff through the office of Judicial District Judge Timothy P. Schill on Monday, July 12.
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