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Idiot Jailed After Burglarizing House And Car, Then Calling Police For A Ride – KATU
West Linn Police arrested a woman earlier this week after called police to ask for a ride. That in itself is not a crime, but police quickly found out when they contacted her that she had just burglarized a home and a car.
Zannish Schmeka Frazier, 28, called the West Linn Police at 7:04 p.m. on Dec. 15 and told them she was cold, wet, scared and stranded at Sunset Park. She asked for a ride to the closest transit center so she could take the bus to her mother’s home.
Sergeants Mike Boyd and Neil Hennelly responded and contacted Frazier. When they arrived, the two police officers noticed she had several duffel bags with her. Frazier told police she had a fight with her boyfriend and got kicked out. After running Frazier’s background information, they learned she had a warrant for her arrest and put her in the Clackamas County Jail for a probation violation warrant on a third-degree theft.
Due to jail policies, prisoners are not allowed to bring much property to the jail; excess property is held by the arresting agency for safekeeping. Due to the size of the bags, both Sergeants had some of them in their patrol vehicles.
The case wasn’t closed, though. At 8:32 p.m. Dec. 16, the West Linn Police received a call from a woman saying that her home in the 2200 block of Charman Street had been broken into while she was gone. After checking through the residence, police asked for specific descriptions of any types of bags that may have been taken during the burglary that could have been used to haul away property.
The victim was able to describe a specific duffel bag that was missing from her home. The bag matched one that police had removed from Frazier. The victim positively identified the bag as the one that was stolen.
Police later found a car had been reportedly broken into in the 4400 block of Grant Street — roughly 200 feet from the scene of the burglary — just before 6 p.m. Police checked the stolen property list from the car prowl and it listed a very specific black duffle bag that police had just brought into the West Linn Police Department after it was removed from Frazier.
In addition to the probation violation warrant, Frazier was charged with the crimes of first-degree burglary, unlawful entry into a motor vehicle and second-degree theft.
Items taken from the homeowner included laptop computers, jewelry, and women’s clothes. The items taken from the car prowl included a large duffel bag, GPS units, and a small note with a measurement on it. All of those items were recovered.
“This case was brought to a rapid conclusion thanks to a lucky circumstance, and good police work,” said west Linn Police Chief Terry Timeus. “It was helped by both victims giving very detailed descriptions of the items they were missing.”
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