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Probation for Newton Woman Involved in Knoxville Theft

Posted: Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 at 6:00 am
Author: KNIA/KRLS News-Tony Correa

Versendaal, Lisa Elaine

A Newton woman involved in the June theft of more than $1300 of merchandise from a Knoxville business has been given a year probation.

37-year-old Lisa Elaine Versendaal pled guilty to a reduced charge of 3rd degree theft.

According to court records, on June 14th, Versendaal and 36-year-old April Ann Wilcox were seen at Walmart stuffing merchandise into storage containers, then walking out of the store.

Wilcox has been charged with 2nd degree theft in the case, a Class D felony, and faces 3rd and 4th degree theft charges for two other incidents. Wilcox has pled not guilty and is next scheduled to appear in court, Friday, August 21st.