PLYMOUTH, Iowa - A woman is facing a felony second-degree theft charge for allegedly being in possession of a car belonging to Five Star Coop.
Mariah Jugena, 27, of Plymouth, was arrested this weekend after authorities were called to a residence for a dispute.
Once there, authorities located a vehicle that was stolen and found a registration sticker that didn't belong to the vehicle.
"Mariah stated that she got the vehicle from a family member but would not say who," court documents state.
She is being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on $5,000 bond.