Bobbi Ann Finley, the so-called “Military Mistress” accused of bilking servicemen across the nation, was released from an Alabama prison this week.
Her freedom was short-lived.
Two Pierce County detectives met her at the prison gates and arrested her on a 2011 warrant charging her with theft for allegedly convincing a local woman to cash bad checks for her, Pierce County sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer said Wednesday.
They booked her into the Pierce County Jail on Tuesday, and she appeared in Superior Court on Wednesday afternoon where she was formally charged with second-degree theft. A not guilty plea was entered …