Woman arrested for stealing grandfather's debit card
by Shane Dunaway
Jan 14, 2014 | 5305 views |  0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Natasha Maxine Burnett
Natasha Maxine Burnett
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Investigators with the Talladega County Sheriff’s Department arrested a 22-year-old woman Monday on second-degree theft charges.

According to Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore, Sylacauga native Natasha Maxine Burnett stole her grandfather’s debit card.

“She had gotten some money off the card,” Kilgore said. “There may be additional charges on her pending from another jurisdiction from her using the card in the jurisdiction.”

Burnett is being held at the Talladega County Jail without bond pending a hearing today.

Theft of property in the second degree represents a Class C felony, punishable by one year and a day to 10 years in prison upon conviction.

Investigators also issued juvenile petitions for two males ages 12 and 13 under the charges of third-degree burglary and first-degree criminal mischief.

Kilgore said the petitions stemmed from an incident reported Dec. 30 on Farr Lane in Sylacauga where an excessive amount of damage was done to the exterior and interior of the unoccupied home.

Both children were later released into the custody of their parents.

Contact Shane Dunaway at sdunaway@dailyhome.com.