CLAY COUNTY (KFDX/KJTL) — A Clay County woman who has been jailed in recent years for murder, manslaughter, and armed robbery among other charges was back in jail Thursday night after police officers said they found her and two men inside a home on Avenue H.
Trinity Noland posted bond Friday on her latest charge.
Officers arrived around 10:30 p.m. after the resident said he came home and found a door open.
They said they found Trinity Noland, Jason Shelton, and Jerrimy Gibson inside.
All have previous arrests and they are all charged with criminal trespass.
Gibson posted bond on Nov. 3 for a theft charge after police officers said he was caught on surveillance camera taking cash dropped by an armed robber who held up the Sonic Gibson worked at.
Officers said Gibson stashed the cash in a box of cups before police arrived.
March 2019 Noland was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbery. She was released in July and her sentence was suspended to five years probation. She was indicted in September for manslaughter and a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide for the 2016 shooting death of Shaun Simpson in Henrietta. She bonded out the same day. Her original murder charge was dismissed in 2018. Nolan claims she shot Simpson in self-defense when he was assaulting her.