Assistant Prosecutor John Litle contends for longer than community control for Wilma Hood, whom pleaded responsible to theft and forgery after conning a women that are elderly composing her a check into the pretense of supporting a college company. (Picture: Shelly Schultz/Times Recorder)
ZANESVILLE – people do not mind assisting their regional neighbors that are school-aged it comes down to fundraisers. Schools through the entire area have actually a few every year to aid cover many expenses that are out-of-pocket so it is not unusual to get a young child during the home to market one thing.
But, it could make one think about their generosity after being taken advantageous asset of – which is exactly just what Muskingum County Assistant Prosecutor John Litle stated a Cambridge girl should really be jailed for.
In August, 29-year-old Wilma Hood ended up being indicted for just one count every one of forgery and theft.
Relating to Litle, Hood conned a senior woman out of $80 in the pretense of buying pepperoni rolls from the booster club in Byesville.
“Taking children around deceiving older people from their cash, it is simply disgusting,” Litle stated. “It is individuals like her in the future which may avoid individuals from donating cash to simply help kid’s programs.”
Defense Attorney Benjamin Whitacre argued their customer wasn’t the patient who was simply using kiddies door-to-door pepperoni rolls that are selling.
“It had been my client’s boyfriend . ” Whitacre stated. “she actually is responsibility that is accepting cashing the check.”