As deputies were taking the victim's statement, the Sherrif's office received another call that a woman who matched the description of the burglar was actually knocking on other random house doors.
When you hear about a burglary, one would normally think of a large scary dude who broke into a home, wrecked it and stole a bunch of valuables. Well, the police in Vinton County met a rather unique burglar who actually helped the houses she broke into!
Sheriff’s officials said Cheyenne Ewing gave deputies a false name, and appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. She advised she’d been up for two days. https://t.co/Dmg0KZqAvv— WPMT FOX43 (@fox43) May 10, 2019
According to reports, a woman was arrested and charged with burglary after reports claiming that she broke into a home in Hamden, Ohio, on Monday morning. The Vinton County Sherrif's Office got a call from a resident at around 9 a.m. who said that a woman had broken into her house.
The complainant said that the strange woman began acting bizarrely. According to the incident report, the unknown woman entered the victim's house through the back door, sat down on a couch and began petting the family dog.
Arrest her? Hell, send her to my house! She can do my dishes and leave anytime she wants!— Mike V. (@mikev1975) May 10, 2019
Strangely enough, the trespassing woman even washed the dishes and then left the house on her own accord.
As deputies were taking the victim's statement, the Sherrif's office received another call that a woman who matched the description of the burglar was actually knocking on random house doors in the Omar Street area in Hamden.
Tending to your dog and doing your dishes sounds like good fortune, not burglary— Pablo Escobar (@ElReyDeLosJefes) May 10, 2019
Officers were able to locate the woman who first gave them a false name. Later, she was identified as a Cheyenne Ewing and appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. The unusual burglar told police officers that she had been awake for two days.
Ewing was arrested, taken to jail and charged with burglary.