Woman sentenced after Tippecanoe County burglary

Natasha Ollins (Photo Provided/Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Department)
Natasha Ollins (Photo Provided/Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Department)

TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) – Natasha Ollins, 27, of Lafayette, is sentenced to Community Corrections and probation after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit burglary.

Prosecutors said sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported burglary at a home near West Point in September 2012.

Deputies said when the resident got home, she saw a strange car in her driveway and tried to block it in, but the driver took off through the grass. After the resident went inside, she found an iPad and jewelry had been stolen.

She was able to identify Ollins’ photograph.

Ollins was sentenced to five years in Community Corrections and five years of probation.

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