Winchester Woman Facing Charges In Franklin and Coffee Counties

arrestA Winchester woman was arrested Thursday after she allegedly broke into the residence of her former employer.
Rebecca Lynn Loudermilk, 37, was charged with breaking into the residence of Petros Pisinos on Spring Creek Road, Winchester while he and his family were out of the country in Greece visiting family between June 6 and July 1. Pisinos is the owner of Nicholas Restaurant in Tullahoma.
A report by Franklin County Sheriff’s Investigator Nick Watson says, Pisinos noticed when the family returned home that the windows were unlocked and a screen to a back window had been cut as well.
The report states that it appeared that someone had been sleeping in the beds of the residence.
Also Pisinos stated that his wife had a purse that contained a check book and children’s social security cards were missing.
Pisinos told the officer that he had security video that showed former employee Loudermilk inside the house. He made copies of the security video for investigators.
He reported to Tullahoma Police Investigator Tyler Hatfield of the theft of a checkbook from his business. He told the officer that Loudermilk took the checkbook.
Pisinos alleged that she went to his business to return a torn up check from the business. He said that an attempt had been made to pass the $7,000 check at First Vision Bank, but the bank had contacted him about cashing the check. He also told the investigator that he has records of where three other checks had been cashed in the amount of over $500.
Loudermilk was arrested in Franklin County on charges of aggravated burglary, criminal trespassing and theft of property under $500. She is free on a bond of $25,000. There are also charges pending against her in Coffee County.