Home invasions, burglary, and break-ins are some of the scariest and most disturbing things that can happen to homeowners. Such crimes can leave the victims traumatized or devastated too. However, for one family whose house was broken into by an Ohio woman, they might have been thankful; she washed their dishes and even entertained the family dog.
The incident happened in Vinton County, Ohio on a Monday morning, May 6. The Vinton County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a homeowner about an alleged burglary. Once the police arrived on the scene at around 9 a.m., the homeowner told them that a weird woman broke into their house through the back door, sat on the couch, washed their dishes, then pet their dog before finally leaving.
Additionally, the victim claimed that the Ohio woman was acting strangely and appeared to be spaced out. Soon after the authorities arrived on the scene, the Sheriff’s Office received another call in the area of Omar Street in Hamden regarding a bizarre woman who kept knocking at people’s doors. It was the very same Ohio woman.
The Ohio woman was promptly arrested and brought into the Sheriff’s Office. Turns out her name was Cheyenne Ewing and she even gave out a fake name to the police when she was caught. Moreover, she also appeared to be under the influence of narcotics whose variety was never specified nor confirmed by the authorities.
Ewing also testified that she had been up and about for two days, perhaps as a result of the narcotics she took. Regardless, her dish-washing and dog-petting days are over; she’s was taken to jail and charged with burglary.
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