Wichita police recover stolen documents from 7 cases; woman arrested

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Wichita police recovered stolen property from seven different cases following a traffic stop on Saturday.

An officer was on patrol when he saw a maroon Toyota Corolla with a tag that had been reported stolen and stopped it in the 1000 block of South Ellis. A 37-year-old woman in the car was in possession of brass knuckles, drug paraphernalia and multiple documents.

Officer Charley Davidson said the stolen documents included mail, debit cards, ID cards, Social Security cards and birth certificates. The documents are connected to six cases from 2017 and another from 2013.

The woman was jailed for an aggravated weapons violation, possession of drug paraphernalia and seven counts of possession of stolen property. Booking records identified her as Danielle Sheree Tilcock.

The driver, identified as 54-year-old John Marshall, was arrested for driving on a suspended license and a tag violation. Officer Davidson said the tag was reported stolen this year. 

A 42-year-old man who was also in the car was not arrested. 

Kansas Department of Corrections records show Tilcock has served time in prison and on Community Corrections for theft, burglary and battery of a city or county employee. 

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