Friday, March 24, 2017

Golden Ghetto Serial Shoplifter Lady Guilty

Local slice of life followup offers a glimpse of desperate times in the suburbs and the new face of Johnson County crime. Checkit:

Overland Park woman convicted of stealing then selling clothing will spend 19 months behind bars

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - An Overland Park woman who pleaded guilty to theft in January learned her fate Friday for the crimes she committed in the Spring of 2015 and then again in November 2016. Kelli Jo Bauer, 47, was sentenced to 19 months in prison without probation.

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Mom of the year. Have fun seeing your kids behind bars.

Anonymous said...

Such a light sentence will NOT deter this woman.

She was previously convicted of the same thing, and went right back to work stealing from stores again. When they caught her this time, she was living in a $700K JoCo home!

19 months in prison is not enough of a deterrent for this habitual criminal.

tracy thomas said...

Serious addiction. Needs treatment beyond jail time.
The day before she was sentenced, she was caught shoplifting two bras from Kohl's.

So the judge sentenced her to one year for the original conviction, and another 7 months for the two bras that cost $18 apiece from Kohls!!!! But she will not stop until she gets treatment meaning not just counseling but also probably some medication because her brain is addicted to the rush she gets from shoplifting.

It's not as big an issue as heroin or gambling or smoking--the three hardest to treat addictions. But still, she's a menace to society. And to women all over the metro who need good brassieres.

Just sayin...

Anonymous said...

Yes--we need to protect the women Tony features on this blog. All big bosomed beauties...come on guys--be the leaders you are, and stand up for Bra Safety and Security.

Anonymous said...

Right give her the pussy pass, but convict men for stealing a 6 pack of beer.

Anonymous said...

Tracy just pissed her connection for cheap clothes is gone for 19 months.

Anonymous said...

I think they were a little hard on the Beaver, personally.