A burglary suspect was nice enough to do the dishes when she broke into a home in Ohio, WSAZ reported.
The Vinton County Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported burglary at a home in Hamden Monday morning.
The victim told deputies a woman who was acting strangely, had entered the home through the back door, sat down on the couch and started petting the family dog. Then she washed the dishes and left the house.
Deputies soon got word that a woman matching the burglar’s description had been knocking on doors nearby.
Cheyenne Ewing was arrested soon after. Deputies said she gave them a false name and told them she’d been up for two days. She appeared to be under the influence of narcotics, according to the report.
Ewing was arrested and charged with burglary, according to jail records.
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