WILMINGTON -- A Wilmington mother accused of helping her sons steal thousands of dollars in Pepsi products is out of jail.
Clarissa Cobb posted $1,000 bond. She faces two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and possession of stolen goods.
Wilmington police officers say Cobb's teenage sons cut a hole in the fence at the Pepsi plant behind their home and stole about $3,000 worth of Pepsi products off delivery trucks.
Authorities followed a trail of stolen soda bottles to the boys' home.
All the stolen Pepsi products have been returned to the plant.
The two boys are not being prosecuted as adults.