MAURY COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – The woman accused in a big, multi-county cattle rustling case appeared in Maury County court Wednesday where her charges were dismissed.
Casey Delaney was accused of theft for writing a bad check in April for $136,000.
The judge Thursday decided was no criminal intent and dismissed the charges.
The state ag department also charged Delaney with the same charges in Lawrence County where the alleged theft amount to $139,000.
Thursday News 2 learned the state will not proceed with charges against Delaney.
She has paid back all the money, and lawyers told News 2 it was a misunderstanding of all parties involved.
Delaney’s accomplice Johnnie Fisher was also charged and arrested in the case. There is no word on the state of his case.