A woman traveled 400 miles to learn about the effects of theft of a heroin addict on her family.
Brandon David Larmee, 32, did not appear in court for theft on Tuesday. Larmee admitted to stealing his grandmother's pick-up from the district court in February. The woman said her mother died at the age of 94 without ever knowing what had happened to her antique wedding rings or the property Larmee had taken when he was supposed to take care of her.
"He came to visit his grandmother regularly for money," she said. “After she refused to give him more money, theft occurred. She was never afraid to be in her house until it was found that Brandon had robbed it. Then she was afraid to be alone in her own house. He dampened her will to live and stole everything he could get out of the house. "
She said Larmee raised $ 200,000 from the family trust.
“Brandon tore our family apart. "She said." There are relationships that can never be cured by this crime. "
A warrant has been issued against Larmee.
■ A woman from Gardnerville Ranchos firing a gun fired a window After pointing at someone, she admitted a number of attacks with a lethal weapon on Tuesday.
Nicole Ann Shea, 37, must be 1-6 years old when sentenced on July 28 She could also get parole. Under the agreement with the prosecutor, she will also allow domestic battery charging before the East Fork Justice Court.
■ A Sparks woman who did not appear in court in October, swore that her real name was Jasmine Alexis Moreland, 31, is accused of giving false names to MPs.
Moreland said she was under a false name in Washoe County n booked. She is due to appear before the Douglas District Court on June 16.