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New charges for woman accused of selling neighbor’s car for scrap

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Stephanie L. Satterly (Source: LMDC) Stephanie L. Satterly (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A woman accused of selling her neighbor's car for scrap is now facing additional charges.

Stephanie L. Satterly, 30, was arrested May 2. Her arrest report says that without the knowledge of the 69-year-old disabled woman, Satterly sold the woman's car to a tow and scrap company for personal gain.

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Additional charges were filed against Satterly on May 15. Court records say that Satterly told her nine-year-old son to remove the plates of the stolen car.

The new charges are unlawful transaction with a minor and obscuring the identity of a machine.

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