WICHITA — Neither Craig Tatro nor his attorney are talking, but there’s been some action in the misdemeanor charges against him.
Tatro, a former owner in CA’s Men’s Fine Grooming (previously known as Craig Allen’s Men’s Fine Grooming) at the Waterfront is charged with two counts of unlawful use of a financial card and two counts of temporary deprivation of property.
The charges stem from the alleged use of a customer’s credit card at a nearby store.
According to municipal court records, here’s what has happened so far:
In one charge of unlawful use of a financial card, Tatro entered a no-contest plea.
Judge Jennifer Lind-Spahn found Tatro guilty and assessed a $100 fine and $85 in court costs.
The case is scheduled for review Nov. 11, but it’s unclear why.
Two counts of temporary criminal deprivation of property were dismissed.
And one charge of use of a financial card without consent was amended to temporary criminal deprivation.
The judge found Tatro guilty and assessed another $185 in fines and court costs.
This case also is set for review Nov. 11.
We’ll let you know what happens then.