WENATCHEE — A Moses Lake couple accused of flashing false Native American tribal IDs during a fraud attempt at the Wenatchee Walmart pleaded guilty to theft and forgery charges.
Jody Wayne Isaacs, 36, entered a plea Wednesday to charges of forgery and second-degree theft for displaying a false Comanche identification card while attempting to return a blender without a receipt.
After store workers refused his ID, Isaacs left and his partner Stacy Marie Isaacs, 39, took a tent from the store shelves and attempted to return it using a Choctaw ID card. Both cards showed evidence of tampering, police said.
Jody Isaacs was sentenced to two months in jail after he pleaded guilty to forgery and second-degree theft. Stacy Isaacs was sentenced Sept. 23 to nearly a year in jail after pleading to third-degree theft and second-degree burglary. All but 45 days were suspended so she could be extradited to Oklahoma on warrants charging her with obtaining money by false pretenses, obstructing a police officer and violating a deferred sentence.