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Woman Reports Crack Cocaine Theft

web posted June 5, 2014

BETTIS ACADEMY A 45-year-old Bettis Academy Extension woman called to have a deputy respond to suspicious activity and a theft. When the deputy arrived the woman stated that she had a 57-year-old Trenton man and a few other people in her house and that the Trenton man had stolen $40 worth of crack cocaine off of her kitchen table.

The deputy noted that the woman "appeared to be under the influence of a narcotic" in the incident report.

The woman named the Trenton man as the one who stole her crack cocaine as well as $25 out of her purse, which was located on the couch. She refused to name the "others".

As the investigation continued she accused them of replacing her marijuana with old marijuana and her cigarettes with old cigarettes. She also claimed that they have also in the past taken her bed and replaced it with a smaller one and changed out other furniture.

The deputy asked how the people were getting in her home and she responded that sometimes she lets them in and other times they come in through a window.

The deputy patrolled the area looking for the Trenton man so he could be placed on a trespass notice from the woman's home, but he was never located.


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