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California’s women prisoners are pushing for 6,000 dollars ‘ worth of stolen quarters in a stroller, police said

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In California, police noticed a woman struggling to get a stroller — but it wasn’t a baby any more, she was trying to move on.

Darrin Fritz, 29, was a push of about $6,000 in the quarters, which she had reportedly been stolen during a break-in, investigators said. Officers with the Bakersfield Police department, noted that Fritz wrestling with the stroller, and went on to perform a welfare check.

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But the stroller was not a baby only, but for the money, the officials said. When the police saw the change, and Fritz was trying to flee the scene, saw The Airport being reported.

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The authorities said, after she was arrested, Fritz has led the police to the house they had allegedly just broken into.

Fritz was arrested and charged on suspicion of burglary, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, possession of methamphetamine, resisting arrest and for two outstanding misdemeanor warrants.

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