Mullins Trial Date Is May 9

The trial date for Kimberly Ann Mullins, 37, who was indicted last year for the theft of over $60,000 from the Coffee County Fair Association, has been moved to May 9. The reason is due to a scheduling conflict for Circuit Court Judge Craig Johnson. The theft charge carries a minimum of eight years and a maximum of 12 years in prison if convicted.
Mullins, who served as treasurer of the fair board from 2006 until February 2011, was indicted June 14, 2011 on theft charges after a three-month investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation that alleges she took in excess of $60,000 from the fair coffers without approval.
She was arrested June 20, 2011. Mullins is free on a $10,000 bond.