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Woman Reports Ring Stolen Off Finger While Sleeping

web posted August 13, 2014

TRENTON   You could file this report under "stranger things have happened", but indeed they happened. That may be the case of a Trenton woman calling the Sheriff's Office on Monday to report her ring being stolen. There is nothing odd about stolen jewelry, however, the woman told a responding deputy that she remembers seeing a man take it off her finger while she was sleeping.

According to an incident report, the theft took place on Saturday evening. The woman said she heard a knock at the door and looked outside and saw someone she knew, but did not answer the door and instead went back to bed. She told the deputy that the door was unlocked at the time and her husband was asleep in his chair in another part of the house.

At some point the woman said she remembered seeing the man come into her bedroom and slip the ring off of her finger. It was not until she awoke and went to take a shower that she realized the ring was really missing. The report states she contacted the man and told him to return the ring or she was going to call the police. When he did not respond, she called the Sheriff's Office.

The woman gave the deputy the man's name and a possible location as to where he lived. The deputy was unable to locate the subject following taking the report. The case has been turned over to the Sheriff's Criminal Investigative Division for further investigation.


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