Hairdresser Indicted for Burglarizing Retirement Community Apartments
Town and Country Police said the woman stole $85,487 in jewelry, coins, sterling silver and other items in seven burglaries.
*The following information was supplied by court documents. It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made.
A former hairdresser for a retirement community was indicted last Wednesday by a St. Louis County grand jury on seven burglary charges after being accused of stealing.
As previously reported by Patch, Town and Country Police said Kerri Spink, 39, stole items valued at a total of $85,487 from residents of Garden Villas Retirement Community, 13590 South Outer 40 Road in Town and Country.
Spink, 39, of Imperial, faces six second-degree burglary charges, one first-degree burglary charge and three felony stealing charges. Police said Spink stole a master key to rooms in the facility and used the key to enter seven apartments.
She stole items that included jewelry, Sterling silver, collectible coins and cash, according to a Town and Country Police probable cause statement.
Town and Country Police set up video surveillance cameras that captured the woman entering one of the Garden Villa apartments.
Spink posted 10 percent of a $25,000 bond and was released Jan. 2.
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