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Crime Woman broke into home, cussed owner and stole toilet paper, police say

18:20  21 october  2019
18:20  21 october  2019 Source:   wcnc.com

Chileans with short-term visas taking 'burglary tourism' jaunts in Florida, police say

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Police say the young man they apprehended, 19-year-old John Everett Threadgill, himself a University of Alabama student, later broke into The intruder, the caller said , had entered her home and stolen women ’s underwear and alcoholic beverages. Police say the home intruder fit the description of the

Poland Twp. Police Chief Brian Goodin said Snyder walked to a neighbor’s house at about 5 a.m., went inside through a window and grabbed the cigarette. He said the neighbor woke up and spotted Snyder walking away. Goodin said Snyder and the neighbor weren’t friends but they knew each other.

A North Carolina woman was arrested after deputies said she broke into an Iredell County home, started cussing at the owner and stole a roll of toilet paper.

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On October 15, deputies responded to a reported break-in at a home on Paddock Road in Union Grove. When police arrived, they found a person who matched the description of the suspect given to dispatchers standing in the victim's driveway.

The victim told deputies the suspect, identified as Sara Noel Davis, 34, of Wilkesboro, walked into his home and started cussing at him. She then walked by him and took a roll of toilet paper. Davis was arrested on the scene and charged with felony breaking and entering and felony larceny after breaking and entering.

Man in custody after stealing police cruisers, leading officers on chase, Purcell police say

  Man in custody after stealing police cruisers, leading officers on chase, Purcell police say A man was taken into custody after Purcell police said he stole multiple vehicles, including two police patrol cars and led officers on a chase early Tuesday morning. According to Purcell police, the man first stole a vehicle in Pottawatomie County and drove to Dibble, where he reportedly crashed the car into a pond. Dibble police found him and placed him in handcuffs, but the man was able to get away and take off in a Dibble police vehicle, according to police. Police said the man ditched the cruiser and stole a deputy’s personal truck. He then drove the truck to Purcell.

"I went into protective parent mode when I saw that my son's room had been cleaned and called the police ," Nate Roman told CBS News.

Police in Texas say a woman has been arrested after she allegedly broke out of handcuffs and stole a police car over the weekend. According to police , it

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Davis was then taken to the Iredell County Jail under a $7,500 bond. According to the Iredell County Sheriff's Office, she has previous arrests for assault, larceny, possession of drug paraphernalia, as well as assault on a government official.

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Police: Man grabbed, raped woman outside Thornton Park home .
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