A Williamson woman was arraigned earlier this week on two separate charges of fraud, police said.
According to one criminal complaint, on Feb. 19 Brook Jessie, 31, allegedly agreed to sell concert tickets to a woman in exchange for $200.
Police said the woman sent the money to Jessie via a bank app but never received the tickets from her.
According to a second criminal complaint, on the same date Jessie allegedly agreed to sell concert tickets to another woman for $280, an amount which was also sent to Jessie via a bank app.
Police said Jessie additionally failed to send the purchased tickets to the second woman.
She was arraigned by Magistrate Donald Sansom and charged with fraudulent schemes and fraud by an access device for both instances.
The investigating and arresting officer was MCSO Cpl. P. Allen Mounts.
Also arraigned were:
Richard Irvin Wells, 28, of Williamson, domestic battery, domestic assault and strangulation.
Bobby Sammons, 29, of Red Jacket, prohibited person from possessing a firearm and public intoxication.
Stephanie Bailey (Chapman) 38, of Williamson, possession of a controlled substance.
Christopher Stratton, 43, of Belfry, Kentucky, trespassing, obstructing and battery.
Buster Chester Mays, 35, of Williamson, driving revoked (DUI, complaint one) and improper registration plates and felony fleeing (vehicle, complaint two).
John Luther Ball, 40, of Kermit, felony fleeing (vehicle), driving revoked (DUI), driving left-of-center and defective equipment.
Katrina Mae Layne, 27, of Genoa, obstructing, possession of a controlled substance and purchase/possession of substances to be used as precursor for the manufacture of methamphetamine.
Brianna Blankenship, 25, of Delbarton, presenting counterfeit contraband into jail.