A Pennsylvania woman accused of stealing over $50,000 worth of vintage baseball memorabilia from a home she was paid to clean is in more trouble.
Sheriff’s deputies in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania have gotten the go-ahead from a judge to track down a woman accused of profiting from theft.
Kimberley W. Williams didn’t show up for a pretrial hearing this week and a bench warrant will allow lawmen to take Williams into custody and place her in the county jail.
Williams had pleaded not guilty to numerous theft counts, including one case in which she’s accused of pilfering baseball memorabilia that once belonged to Otis Strunk, who was active in baseball from 1908-1924. The man who had been in possession of those items was in poor health at the time. Williams had been hired to clean the home.
Many of the items were sold at auction in 2007 and Williams is alleged to have profited by over $50,000. She’s pleaded not guilty to the charges but her former lawyer is out of the picture and the wicket is getting stickier according to this story in the Delaware County Daily Times.