Busted again. Is she a one woman crime wave?
A Dothan woman who faces burglary charges in Enterprise is no stranger to Alabama’s court system. That’s because 26-year old Kirstin Henderson has a lengthy recent criminal history, including several theft arrests.
In her latest run-in with the law, police charged Henderson with stealing lawn equipment and tools from an Enterprise home earlier this month.
Previously, she was charged with a 2017 burglary in Houston County but failed to show up for court. She eventually made a deal with prosecutors who dropped the burglary charge in exchange for Henderson’s guilty plea on theft cases. A judge sentenced her to two years probation.
Henderson then failed to abide by the terms of that probation, records reveal and has a hearing next month to determine if she will be sent to jail.
She also faces several other charges. Henderson has trials scheduled in August for forgery, theft, bail jumping, burglary, marijuana possession, and possession of amphetamine.
In her arrest latest arrest this week, police say security cameras caught her in the act of burglarizing the Enterprise home.