A woman in Kentucky allegedly desperate for a drink used a cinder block to smash a window and break into a home, authorities said.
Just before 3 a.m. May 1, Ashland police responded to reports of a burglary in process, according to court records obtained by The Daily Independent.
When officers arrived at the residence, they heard Whitney Roe, 34, crying inside, the newspaper reported, citing an arrest citation.
They knocked on the door and Roe allegedly answered holding a bottle of liquor.
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Roe apologized to officers, explaining she broke a window and entered the home, which she said belonged to her friend, “Pancake,” court records state.
The suspect was transported to King’s Daughter Medical Center before being booked for second-degree burglary at the Boyd County Detention Center.
According to online records, she is being held on $2,500 cash bond and is due in court on May 12.
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