Amber Lewis faces charges of making a false report to law enforcement, second-degree possession of marijuana and chemical pollution of a child.
(Millbrook Police Department)
An Alabama woman reported a burglary to go back to her husband, who she suspected of cheating, but the ruse failed after she was arrested for making a false report, police said.
Amber Lewis, 33, suspected her husband was with another woman in their Millbrook, Ala., home when she called the police to report a burglary around 9 a.m. on Wednesday. Responding officers Lewis and another unknown woman in the house, The Montgomery Advertiser reported. Both women said they did not know who was in the house.
The officers found what appeared to be marijuana, cocaine and other drugs in the entire house – including their 5-year-old’s bedroom – but no burglar in the house, police said. The officers also found that the reported “burglar” was Lewis’ man.
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Lewis was arrested and charged with making a false report to law enforcement and second-degree possession of marijuana and chemical pollution of a child, the report said. She was held at the Elmore County Jail on $12,500 bond.
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Millbrook police chief HP Johnson told The Advertiser that Lewis’ man faces drug charges and the unknown woman was charged with lying to the police.