Fayetteville mayoral candidate arrested twice in 55 days
Posted August 3
Officials said Quancidine Gribble, 56, was accused of stealing and interfering with a water company’s equipment.
Gribble was arrested on misdemeanor charges by the Fayetteville Police Department on June 8 and again Tuesday. She was charged with larceny in June and with reconnecting disconnected utilities in the second incident, according to arrest documents.
Her bail was set at $500 for each charge and she is currently out on bail.
A full-time student pursuing a doctorate of philosophy, a community activist and a charity leader, Gribble is running for mayor of Fayetteville for the first time.