Sheriff's deputies arrested a woman who broke into a home and sat on a couch, petting the family's dog before washing their dishes and leaving without taking anything.
As of late, in a hilariously bizarre turn of events, sheriff's deputies in Ohio captured a lady after she broke into a home and sat on a lounge chair, petting the family's dog before washing their dishes and leaving without taking anything. As reported by Fox32Chicago.
Yep, you read that absolutely right, she didn't take anything at all and that's even scarier, to be honest! Vinton County sheriff's authorities said the lady broke into the home in Hamden, Ohio on the morning of May 6, however, did not cause any harm to anyone whatsoever.
Experts got a call around 9 a.m. detailing a robbery at the residence. At the point when deputies arrived, the unfortunate victim said that a lady had entered the home from the back door, sat on the lounge chair, petted the family dog, washed the dishes, and then eventually left.
Moreover, the unfortunate victim likewise noted that the lady, whom she didn't recognize at all, was acting in an extremely bizarre manner. While deputies were conversing with the person in question, the Vinton County Sheriff's Office got an alternate call about a lady thumping on entryways on a close-by road who matched the description of the robbery suspect.
A delegate was eventually able to locate the lady, who had all the earmarks of being affected by opiates, as indicated by sheriff's authorities. "Deputies arrived and spoke with an individual who stated a female came into the residence through the back door, sat down on the couch and began to pet the family dog, washed the dishes, then left the residence,” the official police statement said.
The suspect, recognized as Cheyenne Ewing, gave the deputies a bogus name amid the encounter and said she had been awake for two days. Following her capture, Ewing was taken toward the South Eastern Ohio Regional Jail on robbery allegations.
However, this isn't is the only bizarre break-in in recent times. Quite recently, a Florida man was taken in criminal custody for stealing laxatives from a safety box inside his very own home, subsequent to admitting to law enforcement that he thought they were extremely potent opioids.
Peter Hans Emery, 56, was already on two-year probation for illicit ownership of Dilaudid when he was caught stealing the laxatives, thus got indicted. In the clip that shows him in action, he can be seen 'entering the victim's lockbox, selecting a pill bottle, pouring pills into his hand, and then leaving,' as indicated by a record received by The Smoking Gun.