Hinckley Woman Arrested for Burglary

Monday, January 25th, 2010 at 6:59 am

DiverAuthorities arrested Hinckley resident Danelle Diver, 19, on Saturday.  Diver was arrested for first degree burglary among other charges.

According to the criminal complaint filed in  October, Diver and Jayme Bengston, 20, forced their way into a residence in September after a fight with two other women over money they were owed.  The complaint states that Diver beat one of the two women with a baseball bat which resulted in the victim suffering head trauma, a laceration on her lip and face swelling.

Diver is charged with three counts of first degree burglary, each charge carries a penalty of 20 years in prison and/or a $35,000 fine.  She is also charged with second degree assault which is punishable by up to seven years in prison and/or a $14,000 fine.


  1. Local 01/25/10 at 11:43am

    Worthless people. Lock these losers up.

  2. Worthlesspeoplethattalktomuch 01/27/10 at 3:29am

    first degree burglary is 5 years for one count, times that by 3 is 15 years and that 2nd degree assault is 21 months.Which, all that stuff you can only be charged with one of them for the that one crime.Like I said before, don’t just lock them up!I don’t need to pay more state taxes for there inmates, Probation so they have to pay to be on paper and even schooling for these type of people.Losers only turn there back on there neighbors.

  3. Some1 01/28/10 at 5:53pm

    We should learn to seperate each crime on a case by case basis and not snap judgement. Neither party sounds like outstanding citizens. We should all hope to heal our community and not deem people hopeless or worthless. Anger managment, several victim impact panels, counselling and possibly addiction treatment should all be considered here. No more than 30 days jail but jail provides no good programs to help heal the mind and soul.

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