Three women have received felony charges in connection with a burglary reported at approximately 8:45 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8 at 900 E. Green St., Lot 21 in Centerville.
Natasha Renee Stonerock, 24, Shelby Marie Benesh, 21 and Shaianne Marie Vilvens, 19, all of Centerville, received felony charges in connection with the burglary.
According to the complaint and affidavit filed by an Appanoose County Sheriff’s deputy, the victim stated that Benesh and Vilvens entered a residence where the victim was babysitting for a friend without permission.
The affidavit continues to say that Benesh and Vilvens forced the victim outside and began assaulting her in the face, head, back and side while making threatening statements.
The victim stated that Tasha Bradley, who according to the affidavit is also known as Natasha Stonerock.
The affidavit stated that the victim was able to identify the Stonerock, Benesh and Vilvens in a photo lineup. The court filing also states that the victim received bruising to the face, back and ribs as well as a laceration to the top of her head.
Stonerock was charged first degree aiding and abetting burglary, a class B felony and aiding and abetting willful injury, a class D felony.
Benesh and Vilvens were both charged with first degree burglary, a class B felony and willful injury, a class D felony.
Benesh posted bond on Nov. 11 and was released. Vilvens was released on Nov. 12 after posting bond. Stonerock is still in custody, currently in the Wayne County jail.