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Charles City women plead not guilty in booze heist from grocery store


This news story was published on July 31, 2017.
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MASON CITY – Two Charles City women say they are not guilty in an attempted booze heist from a Mason City grocery store.

On May 29, 2017, at around 6:24 PM, Hy Vee West reported two adult females had allegedly shoplifted nearly $400.00 worth of “various kinds of alcohol”.  The suspects apparently made it out of the store.  Mason City police investigated the report and applied for arrest warrants charging the two females with fourth-degree theft. As a result, two Charles City women were rounded up on the arrest warrants. Holly Sachen, age 40, was arrested on June 1 by Charles City police at about 10:21 PM in the 400 block of Iowa Street. Then, on June 2, officers with the Charles City police department located 30-year-old Jenna Theis in the 400 block of Iowa Street. Both women were jailed and soon released, pending court dates.

Records show both woman have entered pleas of not-guilty. Sachen will face a jury trial on October 10, with a pre-trial conference set for September 25. Theis will face a jury trial on September 26, with a pre-trial conference set for September 11.

Also at this time, Sachen faces a charge of identity theft in Floyd county after an arrest by Charles City police. She will be arraigned in August.

THEIS, JENNA CLARINE

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2 Responses to Charles City women plead not guilty in booze heist from grocery store

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    Anonymous Reply Report comment

    September 17, 2017 at 10:27 am

    I wuld get her drunk and d her. Would bang her in the butt then make her clan me up stupid drunk

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    Run while you can Reply Report comment

    August 1, 2017 at 9:00 am

    Both will get suspended sentences and probation. Then they’ll do it again.

    So next you go to the store, just take what you want and walk out with it.