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Minden woman charged with felony theft

by Minden Press-Herald


A Minden woman was arrested without incident on a warrant Wednesday by Minden Police.

Sandy Finley, 35, of Minden, was arrested on a warrant for felony theft with bond set at $2,500.

Detective Keith King, arresting officer, says the warrant was issued after she was accused of stealing approximately $1,100 worth of merchandise from Fannette’s while working there.
Some of the items she allegedly took were kitchen and household items, he says.

Whitney Floyd, owner of Fannette’s, says some of the items were recovered. She says some
ongoing issues led to the discovery of the missing items.

“I got to looking and she had not paid for any of it,” she said.
Floyd says Finley used to work for her but was recently let go for other reasons.

Finley was transported to Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center following booking at the Minden Police Department.

Because the charge is a felony, it will go before a district judge.

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