Couple charged in theft of Salvation Army kettle

RACINE, Wis. – Prosecutors have charged Wisconsin a couple accused of stealing a Salvation Army donation kettle that had been $200.

Racine County prosecutors say in a criminal complaint that the 34-year-old Alicia Wojtowicz admitted to police she stole the kettle of a Walgreens in Caledonia after officers found in her garage. Wojtowicz told the police she took the kettle on Dec. 21 in a minivan driven by 35-year-old Jacob Doppke.

The Kanosha News Doppke officers told he and Wojtowicz are “heavy heroin users”, but said that he was not involved in the theft.

The Kenosha couple is accused of theft and entry into a locked coin box. Prosecutors say they were identified by people who saw a police Facebook post asking for help.


Information from: Kenosha News,

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