Court for Woman Facing Various Theft and Assault Charges.

Court for Woman Facing Various Theft and Assault Charges.

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Yuma, AZ -The woman who's behind bars for a laundry list of serious charges had her day in court. 23-year-old Megan Lacey Snelling was arraigned various incidents all taking place between December 4th and December 17th.

In her first set of pending charges filed against her by state prosecutors she faces one count of aggravated robbery that took place December 14th at the Yuma Sears located on 32nd Street and 4th Avenue.

According to prosecutors and the Yuma Police Department she attempted to rob the department store with an accomplice. Judge Gregory Stewart denied state prosecutors bond of $200, 000 and set a $10,000 cash only bond.

In her second set of charges, Snelling faced two counts of theft of a credit card around December 4th and 5th. According to the complaint filed Snelling controlled a credit card with out the cardholder or issuers consent. Judge Stewart again denied prosecutors bond for 200,000 and modified it for a 10-thousand dollar cash only bond.

In Snelling's third set of charges she faces one count of aggravated assault after attempting to hit a police officer with a vehicle and one count of unlawful flight of a pursuing officer. For this matter She has a cash only bond for $20,000.

In court Tuesday Judge Stewart told Snelling "Bond has been set respectfully in the amount of $10,000, $10,000, and $20,000. You would have to pay $40,000 to secure your release and if you do, you are subject to conditions of pretrial services."

Snelling is set to appear in court again for her preliminary hearing on December 28th.

 

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