Held In Western Regional Jail Pending Bond
Most men have at least one "ex-girlfriend from hell." We know of one Winfield man who may top the list. What did she do? Police say she robbed him at gunpoint.
We aren't making this up.
Susan Marie Greiser, of Charleston, won't be the Match.com cover girl. Instead she is wearing bright orange.
The Kanawha County woman took a trip to jail, , after her arrest on felony charges, in Putnam County, and a misdemeanor charge, in Kanawha County, jail records state.
Greiser, 28, was arrested April 23rd, 2013 by an undisclosed member of the South Charleston Police Department.
Before she left Putnam County, Greiser allegedly held up her ex-boyfriend, in Winfield. According to a criminal complaint filed by WPD Officer J.B. Marino. Greiser allegedly grabbed his loaded Taurus .38 caliber from a bookcase, ordered him to write her a check, took $5,000, and his credit card. She also allegedly threatened to turn her ex-boyfriend into police on a bogus rape charged if he didn't cooperate.
Greiser's next stop, of course, was Walmart-in Southridge-where she allegedly tried to use the credit card-and was arrested.
According to court records, in Putnam County, Greiser is charged with felony:
Her Kanawha County charge was not available at the time this article was published.
After her arrest, Greiser was transported to the South Central Regional Jail and Correctional Facility, in Charleston.
She was then transferred to Western Regional, in Barboursville, where officials booked and photographed her at, 5:15 p.m., according to the jail's web site.
During a hearing, Greiser's bond was set, at $20,000, by a Putnam County Magistrate , court records state.
Greiser's Putnam County Magistrate Court case number is: 13F, 200-202.
Her temporary Kanawha County case number is: 13M. She is being held on $2,500 bond for that charge.
Publisher’s note: All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
A criminal complaint is a legal document that is usually filled out by a law enforcement officer presenting evidence to a judge or magistrate. The judicial official determines if the officer has provided enough evidence to issue a complaint or a warrant for a suspect arrest.
Mug shots are provided courtesy of the West Virginia Regional Jail Authority.
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