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A Utah woman was arrested early Sunday for allegedly breaking into another woman’s home, and staring at her while she was sleeping, according to a new report.
Tyra Jones, 27, is facing burglary and criminal mischief charges, according to a probable cause statement quoted by the Salt Lake City’s KUTV. The alleged break-in took place in Moab, which is in the southeastern part of Utah, close to the border with Colorado.
Tyra Jones reportedly told the police that she had been let into the property by a person who does not live in it.
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The victim reportedly told police that she woke up between 2 and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, and was shocked to see a different woman staring back at her. She told me that she was petrified at first, and then asked the intruder what she was doing in her house.
The woman later told police she was leaving the room to check on her son. When she returned, the intruder was allegedly rummaging through a cupboard with her phone flashlight.
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The son apparently knew about the cracks in the “name” and “had to drag [her] out of the house and walk her to a neighbor’s house, and [she] knew” of the probable-cause statement says.
The family called the police, who tracked Jones down at the place of residence of an acquaintance, and arrested her, the Gephardt Daily reported.
Jones said the police had let her in the house, KUTV reported. The authorities noted, however, that the person who said that Jones is in the life of the home.
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Jones, at this moment, it has a number of active cases and investigations of the Moab City Police Department for similar behavior,” the probable cause statement said.
Her bail was set at $10,680.