|Published:||Jul 20, 2012 2:28 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Jul 20, 2012 2:28 PM EDT|
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- Collier County deputies arrested a 29-year-old Naples woman on Thursday after she allegedly ransacked a home and made off with electronics back in June.
The arrest report says that Jennifer Weiner was positively identified as the suspect in the burglary when her fingerprints were identified inside the residence, though she denies any involvement.
On June 27th, officers were called to the 7th Avenue residence after a landscaping company found an opened window on the side of the house. It was discovered at that time that the entire house had been ransacked.
Officers noticed that the window leading into the garage had been forcibly removed and that the screen was discarded in the bushes below. Numerous pry marks on the rear sliders and one broken window near the rear of the home, in the lanai, were also observed.
One plasma television and one Sony DVD player had been stolen, though every room of the house had been rifled through.
A detective also noticed a Mercedes Benz in the garage had also been broken into and that the radio had been torn out of the dashboard.
Fingerprints identified Weiner as the suspect on July 17th. She was then located, arrested and charged with the crime.
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