Kentucky Woman Swipes $26,000 Worth Of Girl Scout Cookies
A Kentucky woman has been charged with theft after police say she boosted tens of thousands worth of Girl Scout cookies.
Police say that between February and March, Girl Scout Troop leader Leah Ann Vick, stole the cookies directly from her own troop.
According to WYMT, Girl Scout officials said both boxes and boxes cookies and hundreds in cookie money were stolen and they are trying to figure out how it happened.
Cops say Vick secretly led several “troops” across Eastern Kentucky, but falsely reported the names of girls participating in them.
With all her false reportings, she was able to get her hands on about $26,000 worth of cookies. No word on exactly what she planned to do with all those cases of Samoas and Trefoils, but we imagine she had a master plan.