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A 25 year old Carthage woman faces charges for allegedly pouring milk over a man's head, taking his wallet and then locking herself in his truck.

State police arrested Jacklyn Plantz for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, petit larceny and second-degree harassment.

On Monday afternoon, police were called to 35309 Jackson II Road in the town of Champion for a report of an unwanted female. 

According to police, Plantz had poured milk over the head of 43 year old Jeffrey Sheltray of Carthage, who was at that residence on work-related business. 

Plantz is then alleged to have secured herself inside of Sheltray's work truck with the vehicle running and refused to get out.

Plantz is also accused of taking a wallet and cash belonging to Sheltray and attempted to hide it.
 
Plantz was arrested and arraigned in West Carthage Village Court. 

She was remanded to the Jefferson County Jail on $250 bail.

She was ordered to appear in Champion Town Court on January 31.

Friday, April 18, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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