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Arrest For Illegal Use Of An Employer’s Credit Card And Repeat Visits To Jail For Two Men

A Navasota woman is accused of using a former employer’s credit card to make 121 unauthorized charges, totaling almost $3,000 dollars, for personal expenses. 27 year old Kathryn Hayes was an assistant general manager of a College Station hotel when her boss filed a police report in late January. According to the College Station police report, the list of illegal charges includes buying…among other things…at least 24 bottles of wine, eight books, food. clothes, household supplies, home decor and furnishings, toys, and a car battery. The purchases were made between December 2017 and this past January. Hayes admitted the thefts to her boss and a detective. She is out of jail after posting a $10,000 thousand dollar bond.

Screen shot from the College Station police department probable cause statement on Kathryn Hayes.

A 28 year old Bryan man is in jail for the second time in seven days, the fourth time this year, and the 22nd time in 11 years. Phillip Musia, Jr. is now held on bonds totaling $172,000 dollars. That’s after Bryan police responded to a report of a suspicious person asleep in an old green Jeep that was parked Wednesday morning in the parking lot of the Candlelight Villa condos off Wildflower Drive. According to the arrest report, Musia was wanted by the Brazos County sheriff’s office on charges of illegal firearm possession. He was also arrested for illegal possession of dangerous drugs, evading arrest, burglary of a building, and theft with two or more prior convictions.

A College Station man made two visits to jail in six weeks following arrests for property crimes. On Tuesday, College Station police received a report of someone who saw a parked truck containing tires and rims and a stereo system that were stolen from a car he had towed. 22 year old David Adam Wood posted bonds totaling $9,000 dollars following his arrests for theft and possessing knuckles. At that time, Wood was out on bond following his arrest by Bryan police last month for a traffic accident causing damage over $200 dollars and warrant from Henderson County on a theft charge.

Photos of (L-R) Kathryn Hayes, Phillip Musia Jr., and David Adam Wood from

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Posted by on Apr 12 2019. Filed under Featured Stories, Local News for Newsletter, News.
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