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West Virginia Woman Accused of Stealing a Truck and Kicking Police While ‘Hunting Pedophiles’

W.V. Woman Claims to be 'Hunting Pedophiles' With Stolen Truck: Police
Source: Central Regional Jail; MEGA

Clarissa Burr arrested after she was 'hunting pedophiles' in a stolen truck, cops said.

May 2 2024, Published 4:03 p.m. ET

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A woman in West Virginia was arrested after she allegedly stole a truck and then fought with police officers, claiming she was a U.S. Marshal who was “hunting pedophiles,” according to authorities.

On April 27, the West Virginia State Police received a call from a man who claimed 30-year-old Clarissa Burr stole his truck, according to court documents obtained by WDTV-TV.

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Troopers determined that Burr was driving to Central Regional jail and saying that her kids had been killed, authorities said in the documents.

Police were able to make contact with Burr, who is accused of fighting troopers while they attempted to detain her.

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Burr reportedly claimed she was a U.S. Marshal.

Burr was also asking for the officers' badge numbers and stated she was “hunting pedophiles,” the court documents show.

Burr was arrested and charged with grand larceny. She was booked into jail and was being held on a $20,000 bond.

In a separate incident that occurred in June 2019, Burr was arrested after she was seen running down the street with a knife in her hand and carrying her young child, who was covered in blood, according to The Weston Democrat.


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