Written by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings Woman, Charity Autumn Wrzesinski was arrested and charged with one count of Criminal Possession of Dangerous Drugs and one count of Drug Paraphernalia a 1st offense Theft.
According to the Billings Police Department, Officers Rockwell and Nichols were sent to the Billings Scheels store for a report of theft.
Upon the Officers arriving at Scheels, Officer Nichols spoke briefly with the Scheels Loss Prevention staff who stated that two (2) suspects identified as Richard Doney and Charity Wrzensinski were observed placing store items into their pockets and p purse, passing all the points of sale without making any attempt to pay for the items that were in their pockets and purse and trying to head out the door.
Doney and Wrzesinski were both stopped at the exit doors by theft prevention employees who placed both the suspects into handcuffs.
As both Officers started to search their pockets and purse and person to obtain any of the stolen items, Billings’s police officer Rockwell questioned Wrzensinski if she had any weapons or sharp items on her person.
Wrzensinski gave the Office permission to search her purse and pockets. And Officer Rockwell discovered during his search of her person a baggie that had Meth in it. The Officer also found two glass pipes that also had meth residue in it.
Wrzensinski, was booked into the detention facility where she was just issued a notice to appear in court and the released.