24-year-old Vancleave woman charged with auto burglary, credit card fraud | Crime
Riann Nicole Forehand, 24, of Vancleave turned herself into the Jackson County Sheriff's Department Tuesday after pictures of her circulated online in connection with a crime.
Officials said she faces charges of auto burglary and credit card fraud. Those charges stem from an incident that happened August 3. A man was attending church services in Vancleave when Forehand allegedly opened his unlocked vehicle and took his wallet.
Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd claimed surveillance video captured Forehand using the victim's credit card at a Vancleave business.
Byrd said the photos grabbed from the video and disseminated to several media outlets helped lead to Forehand's arrest.
She reportedly told investigators she saw her photo posted online and decided to turn herself in. She was charged with burglary of a vehicle and credit card fraud.
She is being held at the Jackson County Adult Detention Center awaiting an initial appearance in Jackson County Court.
If convicted of vehicle burglary, Forehand faces up to seven years in prison and a $10,000 fine. If convicted of credit card fraud, she faces up to one year in prison and a $1,000 fine.