After receiving her sentence in Box Butte County Court for taking a man’s wallet, Kelly Glass is facing additional time after being accused of taking about $20,000 from Yesway in Alliance.
Glass appeared in District Court on Monday, Dec. 10, where she was arraigned on the charge of theft — over $5,000, a class 2A Felony, which is a charge that carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.
According to court documents, law enforcement officers were contacted by the Yesway Safety/Asset Protection manager, who advised that Glass admitted to stealing weekend cash deposits. The estimated total loss was about $20,000.
This case comes on the heels of another theft case involving Glass, where she was found guilty of taking a man’s wallet. After a trial earlier this year, Glass was found guilty of the charge of theft — $500-$1,500, a class 1 misdemeanor.
Box Butte County Judge Paul Wess sentenced Glass to serve one year in jail.
Others who were arraigned in District Court on Monday include Gary Vannatter Jr., who is charged with third degree sexual assault of a child, a class 3A Felony, and Carlos Washington, who is charged with strangulation, a class 3A Felony, and third degree assault of a pregnant woman, a class 3 Felony.