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Criminal case against OK Cookie Momster owner dismissed

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Posted at 3:38 PM, May 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-28 16:54:58-04

TULSA — The criminal case against the owner of a popular Tulsa bakery was dismissed on Tuesday after she paid restitution.

Libby Morley, who also goes by Lauren Morley and Lauren Beesley, was arrested in April after she was accused of stealing baking products.

Because she had no prior offenses and paid her restitution in full, her case was dismissed, court officials said.

She was accused of stealing about $2,200 worth of butter, vanilla, chocolate chips and cream cheese from Sam's Club.

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An affidavit said on Nov. 2, an employee of Sam's club on 44th and Sheridan noticed Morley with 24 bottles of vanilla on her flatbed. The document said the employee noticed she was acting suspicious.

From Oct. 8 until Nov. 12, the store said she "did not make an effort to pay for the items and passed operational registers as she left the location."

Throughout that period of time, the affidavit said she stole a total of 126 packages of butter, nine bags of chocolate chips, nine packages of cream cheese and 24 bottles of vanilla.

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