Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Both Personalities Share Charges In Shoplifting Incident
After 27-year old Patricia Holden of Rogersville was arrested at the local WALMART for pulling a knife on employees it was determined that she will attend regular appointments with a mental health caseworker. Store security says they watched her stuff movies and CDs into her backpack and later estimated the alleged theft at 215-dollars. She was later released on her own recognizance pending a January nine preliminary hearing. She was ordered to meet with her caseworker on a regular basis and prohibited from being in public without a responsible adult. Police say she blamed her other personality, she said she couldnít control herself from using the knife. Both personalities shared the charges of theft under 500-dollars, two counts of aggravated assault and resisting arrest. There bond was initially set at 75-thousand dollars. It was determined that Holden had a long history of psychiatric treatment and it was agreed that she couldnít get treatment in jail. Holden explained in court that she hadnít taken her medication and couldnít remember what happened in WALMART. (bg)

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