IGH Woman Charged With Burglary From Walmart and Theft From Son's Girlfriend
Kathleen Ann Letourneau, 40, is facing as much as 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine for second-degree burglary.
A 40-year-old Inver Grove Heights woman has been charged with multiple felonies after police say she stole 20 DVDs and an IPad 2 from the home of her son's girlfriend and racked up almost $4,000 in stolen electronics from the Walmart store in Hastings.
According to a Dakota County criminal complaint, Kathleen Ann Letourneau admitted to Inver Grove Heights police she stole the DVDs and IPad after dropping off her son and his girlfriend at her house.
Letourneau told police she stole the keys to the alleged victim’s home while the victim’s daughter was spending time with her son. She further admitted to using the keys to gain access to the residence.
According to a second criminal complaint, Letourneau was caught on Walmart surveillance cameras stealing the following items from the Hastings store on the corresponding dates:
- 2 sound bars for a home theatre system (April 20)
- 1 40-inch Sony television and 2 laptop computers (May 11)
- 2 laptop computers (May 20)
The burglary charge comes with a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine; the theft charge could get Letourneau up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.