Teen gets probation, jail in robbery caseA Hayward woman will spend 28 days in jail and two years on probation for her role in robbing a Solon Springs convenience store.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
A Hayward woman will spend 28 days in jail and two years on probation for her role in robbing a Solon Springs convenience store.
Alyssa Marie Littlewind, 18, pleaded guilty April 19 in Douglas County Circuit Court to misdemeanor theft as a party to a crime and fraud on an innkeeper.
In addition to the sentence, she was ordered to undergo a mental health assessment and chemical dependency evaluation, pay $350 restitution and $389 in fines and court costs. Her request for expunction, removal of the charges after probation is successfully completed, was denied.
Littlewind is one of three people accused of taking part in an armed robbery at JT’s One Stop on Feb. 2. Earlier in the evening, three people in a similar vehicle ordered food at the Covered Wagon and left without paying for it. Vehicle descriptions and surveillance camera footage from both incidents indicated that the suspects were the same.
A second female, 17-year-old Sarah Ann Melton, has been charged with robbery and fraud on an innkeeper in connection with the case. Her next court appearance is May 20. The male involved was 16 at the time. As a juvenile, his court records are not public.