Woman Charged with Grand Theft Auto Has Long History of Arrests
UPDATE 10/14/2016, 1:30 P.M. – Sources tell RNRF that Mariah Fullbright has been found not guilty of charges associated with this case.
SPRING HILL – Yesterday, RNRF reported an incident that occurred in the area of Sterling Hills, where a woman allegedly stole a car, crashed, and was found wandering aimlessly, not far from the scene. (ORIGINAL REPORT)
At the time of the incident, the woman complained of diabetic issues and was transported to a local hospital for treatment. Later that evening, jail records indicated the arrest of 39-year-old Mariah Lani Fullbright – the charge – Grand Theft Auto.
Fullbright’s last known address was located in an affluent Novato California suburb, just north of San Francisco. But Fullbright also lived in Tampa, where between the two locations, she’s racked up quite a few charges – some serious.
The following string of arrests date as far back as 2004: Driving on a Suspended License, Battery, Driving Under the Influence, Filing a False Report, Contributing to a Minor, Child Neglect, Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Obstruction of Justice, Theft and Violation of Probation. Some of the above charges have multiple counts. This year along, Fullbright has been arrested twice in Hernando County, including last the current arrest, and once in California.
Despite Fullbright’s habitual criminal activity, there is no record of time spent behind bars with the Florida Department of Corrections.
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