Augusta Mom Teaches Young Daughters How to Burglarize

An Augusta mother has been charged with breaking into a home and bringing along her two young daughters to teach them how, according to authorities.

Tina Louise Wilson, 32, of Augusta, was charged with burglary and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

WILSON, Tina Louise

Wilson broke into a home on Rhonda Drive through a back door on May 25 and took an XBox 360, four bookbags, a watch, 18 bracelets, a hair dryer, purses, shoes, body spray and more, according to arrest warrants.

The woman’s 11-year-old daughter and 10-year-old daughter were along for the ride, authorities said.

Warrants say Wilson “coerced” the juveniles to take items from the residence.

She remained in jail on Tuesday afternoon, according to a jail website.

This is one of many stories in this week’s issue The Jail Report. This week’s issue includes an exclusive story about a Columbia County couple who had their kids and pets seized after police found them living in horrible conditions with trash, black mold and cockroaches everywhere.

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