Wait a minute…is that stubble on her chin?!?!?!?!
A Cobb County woman is accused of marrying her second husband before she divorced her first. But it wasn’t until she allegedly tried to steal a $49,000 truck that she was caught. Diane Tucker, 48, married Edwin Windelberg in Gwinnett County Jan. 16, 2004, according to an arrest warrant obtained by the AJC. Then on April 19, 2007, Tucker married Cesar Alexandro Saldivar in Cobb County.
But Tucker didn’t divorce Windelberg until April 7th, 2008, nearly a year after becoming another man’s bride, according to the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office. When Tucker completed an application for a marriage license in Cobb County probate court, she allegedly stated she had been married one time and that she had divorced in 2001, the arrest warrant states.
Saldivar realized in 2009 that Tucker was allegedly married to two men at the same time. Authorities discovered the crime Oct. 6, the day after Tucker was arrested for allegedly trying to steal a pickup truck.
In a separate arrest warrant, Tucker is accused of writing a $49,484 check to Hardy Chevrolet in Paulding County for a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado K150. Then, she allegedly stopped payment on the check and claimed she never received the title, the warrant states. Tucker allegedly received the title and pawned it for $5,000 in Cobb County.
Tucker, of Powder Springs, faces charges of bigamy, making false statements and theft by deception, according to Cobb County jail records. She remained in jail Monday afternoon.
Wow and this lady had two dudes wifing her up!!