A 38-year-old Phillips County woman faces a theft of property charge following an incident that occurred on August 16 in which cable boxes were reportedly removed from a residence.
According to a Phillips County Sheriff's Office report, Glenn Herred contacted the department to report his cable boxes had been stolen from his home. Herred told deputies that on the evening of August 14, Tommie Wolfe came to visit. The following morning, August 15, as Herred was leaving his residence he told Wolfe to lock the door and that he had the key.
Herred told deputies that when he returned home from work that evening he noticed that all of the cable boxes from his home were missing along with the remote controls.
Lt. Sylvester Rose went to Wolfe's residence and asked her is she had the cable boxes belonging to Herred. According to Rose, Wolfe stated that she had them but intended to turn them over to the FBI in Little Rock.
The report stated that Rose asked Wolfe why to which she responded that Herred had been recording her with the cable boxes because the red light was on.
Rose reported that he advised Wolfe to give him all four of the cable boxes. Wolfe complied with Rose's request.
Wolfe was charged with theft of property, a class D felony. Her bond was set at $5,000. She posted bond and was released.
Wolf was also given a court date in Desha County to face a charge of second-degree forgery.