|Candy Seaman (mug shot SCSO)|
The estranged wife of the man who murdered David Dulin in 2006 is facing some serious charges of her own.
Candy Marie Seaman, 32, of Crane, has been charged with forgery after allegedly stealing checks belonging to a person she had been living with. Court documents say nine checks were stolen and passed at businesses in Stone County for a total of $605.00.
An employee at one of the businesses where some of the checks were passed positively identified Seaman in a photo line up, according to the probable cause statement.
In October of last year, Seaman was charged with fraudulent use of a credit device after Daniel Ross reported that his Social Securty debit card had been stolen from his wallet. Investigator's obtained video evidence of Candy Seaman using that card at Rapid Roberts, according to court documents.
In February of this year, she pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit device and was placed on one year probation and ordered to pay restitution and court costs. As part of the plea agreement, she agreed to not break the law again while on probation.
Seaman is being held in the Stone County jail on $2,500 bond.
Candy Marie Seaman was charged with stealing on August 9th after Brandy Graham called authorities and told them she believed Seaman had stolen her purple wallet that contained $75.00, her birth certificate and four SDC/White Water season passes.
Stone County Deputy Matthew Cornielison writes in court documents that he found Seaman a short time later at a roadside park in Crane. Just a few feet from Seaman, Cornielson found a purple wallet containing Graham's license.