There is more trouble now for the 41-year-old Batavia woman who admitted to engaging in a sex act in a public park earlier this year.
Suzanne Corona is suspected of trashing and stealing from the buffet at the South Beach restaurant in Batavia last month. Ken Mistler, the restaurant owner, tells Eyewitness News that in order to avoid criminal charges, Corona has agreed to wear large signs admitting her guilt that she will carry along Main Street in front of the restaurant.
Corona allegedly walked into the South Beach late last month and filled plastic baggies with food from the buffet and stuffed them into her purse. When Corona was confronted, she allegedly began to dump the food back on the buffet.
No criminal charges have been filed, but Mistler says Corona has signed a contract agreeing to carry the signs, which say, "I STOLE AT SOUTH BEACH RESTAURANT AND WAS CAUGHT."
If Corona fails to comply with the agreement, she could face at least one felony charge.
This is not the first time Mistler has made a deal with a would-be thief. A man caught trying to steal from a pet store owned by Mistler agreed to wear a similar sign in order to avoid criminal charges. Mistler says he is just trying to send a message to anyone thinking they can steal from him and get away with it.
Corona made headlines earlier this year when she was allegedly caught engaging in a sex act in a public park in Batavia with a man who was not her husband. Corona was originally charged with adultery, but that charge was later dropped.
Corona has since pleaded guilty to public lewdness and was scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday afternoon. That sentencing has been adjourned until Nov. 24.