Anoka County prosecutors face charges on Wednesday, December 19, against Houlton, Wisconsin, resident Travis H. Johnson, 30, and Lakeland, Minn., Resident Amanda L. Johnson, 24, for the crime of possession of theft media and the offense.
According to a lawsuit:
A man and a woman were seen on December 4 at the Cub Foods shop in Blaine, where the woman flipped the handle of a Salvation Army red kettle with a bolt cutter. Man and woman were seen running to a vehicle with the kettle.
A witness followed them as they drove off, watching as someone threw the red kettle out of the vehicle.
The Johnson, who confessed that they stole the police from the kettles, said he contained $ 2 and some coins.
According to the Wisconsin court records, Travis Johnson has a comprehensive criminal history dating back to 2006. His most recent conviction was since January for possession of methamphetamine; He was sentenced to three years probation.
Amanda Johnson has a January 3 trial for a controlled substance case.