UPDATE: Arrest Made; Broussard Woman Being Sought For Scam
UPDATE: Malcolme Wolfe with the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office says Clay has now been arrested.
Deputies report that the Clay contacted them when she heard she was being sought.
The woman agreed to let detectives come to her current home in Jeanerette where she was arrested.
Original Story: (02/14/19)
If you know 35-year-old Wilhelmina Clay of Broussard officials with the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office should would like to talk to her.
Detectives alleged that Clay, of 1077 C Celestine Road in Broussard, took part in an action that resulted in an inmate of the Terrebonne Parish Jail being scammed out of $2,500.
They say she posed at an bail bonds agent allegedly from "Linda Green Bail Bonds Company."
Here is how is worked: Terrebonne officials say an inmate, Kelly Norris, convinced a fellow inmate at the jail that he could get him bonded out "on the cheap".
Clay posed at the bonding agent, met with this inmate's family, and then she took off with the many in a grey four door Dodge pick-up truck with chrome wheels.
The inmate never got bonded out, and then he filed a complaint with the Sheriff's department.
Norris was already in jail, but now he is facing new charges including intimidation of a witness and felony theft.
Clay is being sought on charges of conspiracy to commit theft and felony theft.
If you know where this woman can be found, you are asked to call the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office at 985-876-2500 or Crime Stoppers at 800-743-7433.