Los Angeles County prosecutors declined Tuesday to file criminal charges against actress Lindsay Lohan and two other people in connection with the alleged theft of $6,400 in cash and property from a Hollywood Hills home.
Deputy District Attorney Deborah L. Kranze cited insufficient evidence to file charges against the 26-year-old star of such movies as Mean Girls and Freaky Friday and two other people, Gavin Lawrence Doyle, 25, and Andrew Nicholas Payan, 29.
"We do not have sufficient evidence to prove this case beyond a reasonable doubt," Kranze wrote in a charge evaluation worksheet.
The prosecutor also noted in the document that the alleged victims -- one of whom has had a "long-standing relationship" with Lohan -- did not identify any suspects and "do not wish to pursue the prosecution of this matter."
Sandi Gibbons of the District Attorney's Office said, "According to evidence presented to us to review, the property loss was $6,400. None of it was jewelry. The evidence indicated that the property loss involved $3,000 in cash, four pairs of sunglasses, an iPod and some keys to two cars and a house."
The property was reported to have been taken Aug. 18 from the home and from cars that were parked in the attached garage, according to the charge evaluation worksheet.
Meanwhile, Santa Monica police have been reviewing a June 8 traffic collision on Pacific Coast Highway involving Lohan's car and a truck.
"Investigators called to ask a few questions regarding the accident," Santa Monica police Sgt. Richard Lewis said. "There is no further information to provide."
Lohan is on unsupervised probation in connection with her no contest plea in May 2011 to a misdemeanor grand theft charge stemming from the theft of a necklace from a Venice jewelry store in January 2011. Her probation is expected to continue through May 2014.