Gasbarre Facing Second Round of Charges

DUBOIS – A second round of charges has been brought against a DuBois woman.

According to an affidavit of probable cause, filed with District Judge Patrick Ford’s office Feb. 12, Destiny Dawn Gasbarre, 26, 500 Rumbarger Ave., DuBois, is charged by the DuBois City police with receiving stolen property.

According to the affidavit, on Oct. 18, police responded to a burglary at 333 S. Brady St. in DuBois. The victim told police that he had gone out of town in the morning and when he returned, he found the first floor rear window of his home had been broken.

The victim said his medication had been stolen along with some foreign money. The victim said he had been involved in an argument with Gasbarre and another individual a few days earlier, and the second individual has sent him a text message asking if he was home.

He said both Gasbarre and the second individual had stayed with him in the past and both knew where he kept his medication.

Police found a black button on the window ledge.

Police then spoke to the individual who had contacted the victim. The individual said he had been contacted by Gasbarre, who asked him to take her to Cash for Gold. The individual said Gasbarre had some foreign coins that she wanted to cash in, but Cash for Gold would not take them. The individual said he then dropped Gasbarre off at her father’s residence.

Police spoke to Gasbarre, who allegedly told them she had contacted the second individual to take her to another residence on Knarr Street to collect some of her belongings. She said the individual wanted to talk to someone about buying prescription drugs.

Gasbarre said she stayed in the car and the individual came back with some coins. Gasbarre allegedly told police they then went to Cash for Gold to find out if the coins were worth any money. Gasbarre said she was then dropped off at her father’s house but still had the coins. However, Gasbarre never returned the coins.

Gasbarre has been charged by the Sandy Township police with theft by unlawful taking or disposition, receiving stolen property, access device fraud and forgery in a separate case.

 

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