A Porter woman remains behind bars after attempting to return stolen merchandise from a local Walmart using someone else’s ID.
Kimmel attempted to return the items to the store while she was on free on bond from an unrelated charge.
Between court dates and fraud attempts, officials say Kimmel also found time to sneak around the Montgomery County Precinct Four Constable’s Office, and have someone take several pictures of her outside and around the constable’s cars, as well as inside the office.
Kimmel then uploaded those photos onto a site, created specifically for the purpose of exposing undercover officers and snitches. She remains held without bond.
A friend of Kimmel’s, Lindsey Lindquist, was also arrested but was freed on $5,000 bond.
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