Robinson Woman Arrested Following Theft Investigation

(Palestine) – An investigation continues following the Tuesday arrest of a Robinson woman by local authorities. According to Palestine Police Chief, Jeff Besing, his office was investigating a burglary to a motor vehicle that led to the arrest of twenty-three-year-old Sunnie Brown. Brown reportedly stole a wallet from a vehicle in the 100 Block of South Main Street in Palestine and went on a two-day shopping spree, before the card could be deactivated. Brown was arrested and charged with Possession of Another’s Credit, Debit, or I.D. Card, Retail Theft over $300, and Possession of Stolen Property. Chief Besing says additional arrests are expected as the investigation continues. Assisting in this case was Officer, Jacob McGinness, Deputies, Michael Delaney and Paul Weiland, as well as Robinson Police Officers, Nathaniel Nicklaus, Logan Miller, and Cale Adams.