ACCOVILLE – A criminal complaint in the Magistrate Court of Logan County charges Brittany Sue Browning, 22, of Accoville, with grand larceny and conspiracy.
The complaint documents an incident that occurred on December 8, 2012, involving both Kevin Whitt and Brittany Browning. Browning’s mother was babysitting for the victim, Kimberly Miller. Miller says after Whitt and Browning were in her home, she discovered two watches, two rings and other items missing.
The W.Va. State Police investigation found a witness who made a statement that Browning had tried to sell him watches matching the description of the stolen watches. The officer then found one of the stolen watches, which had been pawned at Uncle Sam’s. The victim positively identified the watch as hers and the officer took a statement from Eric Allen confirming Whit was with Browning when she pawned the watch.
Browning was charged with grand larceny and conspiracy. After her arrest, charges of domestic battery and petit larceny were added for incidents occurring on February 11, 2011.
The complaint accuses Browning of punching the victim, Tiffany Browning, several times in the head. Browning is also accused of taking a pistol from the victim’s residence
Browning’s bond was set at $10,000.