Just days after she was arrested in a string of burglaries, a Lexington woman finds herself back behind bars.
Anna Bibb was arrested again over the weekend, charged in
Police say the 37-year-old Lexington woman was behind a half dozen thefts in the Pinnacle Neighborhood.
Neighbors reported things missing from their cars, garages, and even their front porches. Police arrested Bibb and charged her with burglary and receiving stolen property. She bonded out of jail a short time later.
Lexington Police arrested her again on similar allegations from a theft over the weekend. A police report says that a neighbor identified Bibb in a photo line-up. The victim told police they saw Bibb inside their garage trying to steal items from their vehicle.
"I started screaming she's stealing from me, she's stealing from me," that neighbor who asked we not identify her, said.
"She ran off, and for some reason I chased after her," the victim said.
Lexington Police arrested Bibb Sunday morning outside of Tates Creek Middle School on a traffic violation.
Now facing burglary charges stemming from several alleged burglaries, Bibb made her first court appearance Monday, where her attorney entered the automatic not guilty plea on her behalf.
Bibb remains in custody on a $7,500 bond, she declined our request for an interview.