Grayson County woman sentenced to probation, jail for cemetery theft

Kiletha Walker has been sentenced for Pottsboro graveyard theft.
Kiletha Walker has been sentenced for Pottsboro graveyard theft.(kxii)
Published: Mar. 31, 2021 at 11:29 AM CDT
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SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - Kiletha Walker of Grayson County was sentenced to five years probation and 180 days in jail for stealing from a Pottsboro cemetery in 2019.

55-year-old Linda Voisine-Wright and 63-year-old Kiletha Walker were arrested in 2019 for robbing the cemetery.

Police found many stolen items strewn within the women’s homes, some were being used as decorations.

The sentence was handed down on Monday, requiring Walker to serve every other weekend from Friday to Sunday in the Grayson County jail for 60 weekends.

Walker must also pay a $500 fine and is barred from visiting any graveyard in either Oklahoma or Texas, including grave sites of family members.

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