NORMAN, Okla. – A current Texas resident formerly from Oklahoma received surprise embezzlement charges from Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office for not returning a ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ VHS tape 21 years ago.
Caron McBride was considered a wanted woman for her inability to return the VHS tape in 1999.
The suspect found out about the charges from the Texas Department of Public Safety.
McBride simply wanted to change her name on her driver’s license after getting married, and TDPS informed of an issue in Oklahoma.
The suspect was told to contact Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office.
McBride spoke to a woman on the phone and could not believe what she was hearing.
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The woman informed McBride that she was facing felony embezzlement charges for an unreturned ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ VHS.
The charge was decades old, dating back to March of 2000.
The suspect was shocked and could not believe what she was hearing.
McBride allegedly rented ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ in Norman at ‘Movie Place.’
‘Movie Place’ reportedly closed in 2008.
Due to the charges and a warrant filed against the suspect, McBride’s case could theoretically be prosecuted even though ‘Movie Place’ no longer exists.
However, upon review, the Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office decided to drop the case.
McBride’s record will still show her alleged felony embezzlement. She suspects this is the reason she was let go of multiple jobs over the years.
For her record to be cleared, McBride must take appropriate steps to get the case expunged. (KFOR)
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