Police woman accused of theft waits for expungement

Posted on November 11th, 2010 No Comments

23-year old Kim Fields, a police officer in Cleveland, Ohio, was accused of theft and subsequently suspended from her position in August.  A local Wal-Mart employee claimed that Fields had shoplifted from the store and pressed charges against her.

The Wal-Mart loss prevention employee told officers that she witnessed a “black female conceal several items and attempt to leave the store”.  After stopping her, the suspect said that she had not stolen anything and walked away.  The Wal-Mart employee told officers a license plate number from the vehicle she witnessed the suspect enter.  Police connected the license plate number provided by the Wal-Mart employee to Officer Kim Fields.

Fields received a 180 day suspension sentence as a result of the charges.  Court documents state that she is unable to request expungement of the charges until April 19, 2011.

Contact the Dallas expungement attorney Mark T. Lassiter at 214-651-1121 if you or someone you know wants to have previous criminal charges removed from their record.

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