‘Wig Woman’ Has Her Bail Conditions Modified

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Natherna Rodgers, one of two women charged in a larceny case involving a large collection of wigs, has had her bail conditions modified.

Rodgers and Moesha Wright are charged with receiving wigs and other hair products valued at $127,675, making it an indictable offense.

The theft occurred between March 31 and April 1 when Everything Hair 268.

Initially granted bail in April at $50,000 each with a $5,000 cash component, Rodgers informed the court she couldn’t meet the cash requirement.

Consequently, the Magistrate reduced her cash bail to $2,500, while Wright had already paid her $5,000.

The committal hearing, originally set for July 10, has been rescheduled to September 12.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Bout she ah cry inna court. Ah smart you smart. If you min get way wid you thiefingness you wudda dey ah smile looking to do anudda hit.

    And please no cum tell me bout small man always get d full extent ah d law. If d small man knows thay from ever since why he continues to steal?

  2. Wanna know where they from?
    I wonder if it’s a first time something. Give your lives to Jesus and let Him guide you all the right way.

  3. WHO IS THE WIG THIEF? …WIGS AND FIGS?

    Professionally speaking, ‘…Larceny and Receiving Stolen Property,’ go together.

    Next to these is ‘…UNLAWFUL POSSESSION.’

    NOW:

    If these females stand charged with:

    (a) ‘…RECEIVING STOLEN WIGS; then

    QUESTION

    (b) …Why was there no mention of the ‘…WIG THIEF/THHIEVES?’

    HUMOR

    Well, if it was a ‘…Bunch of Fig,’ though wrong, one could still understand.

    But a ‘…Box of Wigs,’ darn it.

    Could never be worn on ‘…One Head.’

    Oh! For comfortable sleep, stuffed in a ‘Pillow,’ good to go under the head.

    Sleep ’til morning.

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