A woman faces charges in connection with a seizure of stolen property from a Nukko Lake-area home last week.
Four counts of possessing a firearm contrary to an order and one count of possessing stolen property over $5,000 have been approved for Anna Marie Elizabeth Thibodeau, according to court records.
The counts are related to an investigation into a discovery last Mondayof dozens of allegedly stolen items on a property on Moldowan Cutoff Road.
Thibodeau was charged last Tuesday and released on $1,000 bail on Friday. Six people were arrested, but so far Thibodeau has been the only one charged.
In 2013, she was sentenced to a six-month conditional sentence order and two years probation for possessing stolen property and possessing a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking from a November 2011 arrest at a Norwood Street home.
At the time of Thibodeau's arrest, police said a quantity of methamphetamine and cocaine, along with drug trafficking paraphernalia, were found in the home after a search warrant was executed.
They also uncovered a large amount of electronic equipment - more than 20 laptop computers, more than 30 cellular phones, Apple iPods, various video game consoles and cameras, plus a significant number of bicycles and bicycle parts.