GREENSBORO, N.C. -- A woman accused of selling Girl Scout cookies illegally in Reidsville has been arrested.
Shelia Marie Staley was taken into custody by deputies with the Guilford County Sheriff's Office on Saturday.
The sheriff's office said they received information that she moved from Reidsville to a home in the Lake Juno area. She was wanted in Guilford County for stealing a chainsaw and selling it, according to the sheriff's office.
The local Girl Scouts chapter told community members in July that someone not affiliated with their organization was fraudulently selling their cookies. Staley is facing multiple counts of Obtaining Goods by False Pretense for that incident.
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She is also facing multiple Fail to Appear charges - both felony and misdemeanor - in multiple locations.
Staley is wanted by Danville police for Fail to Comply with Terms of Probation and Fail to Appear. She was served a warrant for Extradition/Fugitive Other State on Monday.
Her total bond for all of the offenses is $47,550. She is currently being held in Greensboro Jail Central.