A woman in Wisconsin stole a host of items from her own daughter’s home and now faces criminal charges, according to a report.
Recently, police in Green Bay, Wisconsin, arrested Shae Dowdy, 44, on allegations she stole from her daughter, according to WFRV.
Around 1 p.m. on Aug. 23, police responded to a disturbance and took Dowdy into custody.
Her daughter told officers that Dowdy continually went into her home, according to the report. The victim had asked her mom to leave multiple times.
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On Aug. 23, the daughter arrived at her home to find it “destroyed,” according to WFRV. Her belongings were scattered across the residence. There were several items taken but no property damage.
The items taken included a TV, a 2001 Ford Focus, a box fan, blankets, a lamp and a pink suitcase.
Dowdy tried to tell police the allegedly stolen vehicle was hers when officers arrived, according to WFRV.
Now, the mom faces several charges, including theft and criminal trespass.
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