TULSA, Okla. — An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after police said she burglarized a home and tried to hide from police in the house’s attic.
The Tulsa Police Department said in a news release that its officers were called to a home in the city on Monday evening for a reported burglary.
A woman in the home told police that she came home from work with her family and noticed a watch on the counter. When she looked through the home, she noticed electronics missing and a glass door was broken.
When the victim initially called the police to report the break-in, she said it appeared the suspect was gone and she would file a theft report online. A short time later, the woman called the police department back to say she heard someone walking around in the attic.
Police said they arrived and arrested Angela Fenimore, who allegedly admitted to breaking into the house, stealing items and hiding in the attic.
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