The third season of “Love While Lockup” aired last night and introduced viewers to convicted felon Keith “Lil Mike” Collier and his wife LaTisha Collier. Media Take Out confirmed that LaTisha owns her own accounting and tax consulting firm and that Mike is incarcerated for selling crack cocaine.
In the premiere episode, people wondered: What would an educated businesswoman see in a prison convict? Well, Media Take Out did a bit of research and they have quite a criminal history of their own.
Media Take Out learned that a popular website called Starcasm has compiled a list of all of LaTisha’s criminal charges and arrests… and the crazy thing is, she’s been incarcerated (for crimes like fraudulent practice and theft) more times than her incarcerated husband.
Here are just a few of their alleged crimes:
November 2022: LaTisha Collier was charged with interference with official business and false reporting to a public entity.
According to the arresting officer’s affidavit, LaTisha called 911 to report the location of a suspect involved in a foot chase. She stated the suspect was hiding in her backyard.
But when officers got to the scene and located LaTisha. She denied making the call, although she was in possession of the phone used to dial 911.
DECEMBER 2020 – LaTisha Collier has been charged with harassment of a public official and disorderly conduct – brawling or violent conduct.
Police allege that officers saw LaTisha engage in a physical altercation with several other people in the company’s parking lot. The defendant was also identified by witnesses as involved in the brawl.
JULY 2019 – LaTisha Collier was charged with driving while on license and driving with a denied or revoked license.
LaTisha was allegedly caught driving despite being banned from driving for habit violations. She later pleaded for a single administrative offense of driving a motor vehicle with an expired driver’s license.
September 2018: LaTisha Collier was charged with two counts of second-degree theft.
Here are the charges to which LaTisha pleaded guilty and was sentenced to two years probation and five years imprisonment.
COUNT 1 – Defendant deposited checks from her TBK bank account into her Marine Credit Union account. The checks [drawn] from TBK bank account came back as a closed account. The results of the subpoena show that the defendant’s TBK account was closed on 5/11/18 and never had more than $52.00 deposited into it. The amount that Marine Credit Union deducted from the fraudulent checks is $3,348.39.
COUNT 2 – Defendant deposited three checks from her TBK bank account into her Fortress Bank account. The defendant then withdrew the money from the bank before the TBK checks were cashed. The TBK bank checks came back as insufficient funds. A subpoena showed that the defendant never deposited more than $52 in her account. The bank lost $2,723.00 from the fraudulent checks.
SEPTEMBER 2017: LaTisha Collier has been charged with driving a vehicle while under the influence. She was found guilty and given a 28-day suspended sentence and a $1,250 fine.
October 2013: LaTisha Collier is charged with a felony count of fraudulent activity, first degree.
Latisha allegedly failed to report to the Iowa Department of Human Services the exact earnings from her daycare and her husband’s wages as required. Misrepresentations of facts from about September 2010 to about September 2012 resulted in LaTisha and her household receiving the following welfare benefits:
Food Aid $9,551.00;
Title XIX Medical Aid $9,489.54:
LaTisha Collier was found guilty of first-degree fraudulent practices. She was sentenced to a 10-year suspended sentence and a 3-year suspended sentence.
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