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Maria Peguero, according to the Times, is the youngest daughter of late major league relief pitcher Pedro Borbon.
According to the complaint, the purchases went on for more than three months, during which time Peguero contacted Sandra Hernandez to ask if she ever reviewed her debit-card statements. Hernandez told Peguero “that she did not usually review the bills because their finances were managed by a third party,” according to the complaint.
Carlos Peguero told investigators that he was unaware of his wife’s alleged purchases, the documents say.
The documents say Maria Peguero was arrested in 2010 by police in Edinburg, Texas, for allegedly shoplifting a number of items from a local TJ Maxx store. By agreement, the government and Peguero’s attorney have waived her right to a speedy trial in the current case. U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen Strombom gave the government until Dec. 30 to seek an indictment by the grand jury.
T.J. Maxx has stuff worth stealing?
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