TIFFIN, OH — The “serial thief” at local businesses has pleaded guilty to crimes including burglary and breaking and entering.
Stacy M. Robinson, 40, of Tiffin, pleaded guilty to multiple charges Thursday in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom.
Charges Robinson pleaded guilty to include:
- Complicity to burglary, second-degree felony
- Complicity to safecracking, fourth-degree felony
- Possessing criminal tools, fifth-degree felony
- Complicity to breaking and entering, fifth-degree felonies
Robinson was arrested in September after police say she committed crimes at businesses including Denny’s, Double Barrel Bar & Grill, and IC Treats & Things in Bascom. According to court records, Robinson’s sentencing recommendation is to serve a total of four years, 11 months in prison. Robinson will also be forced to pay restitution to the victims, totaling $3,500, and she will be forced to forfeit her 2003 Chrysler Town and Country minivan.
Robinson may be allowed to enter judicial release so long as she serves two years in prison and doesn’t cause any problems while in prison, according to the Seneca County Prosecutor’s Office. Robinson’s sentencing is set for April 3.
Police had also executed other search warrants and said there were possibly “other suspects” involved with Robinson’s crimes in September.
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