Skip to comments.Girl, 8, accused of stealing packages from neighbors' doorsteps
Posted on 12/21/2012 3:25:45 PM PST by ConservativeStatement
Homeowners in the Foxchase subdivision of Clermont have seen their packages disappear from their doorsteps and front porches as of late, suspecting a teeny thief was behind the pilfering.
Tiffany Baggs had two packages go missing so she coordinated with her neighbor across the street, Tim Lebeda, and set up a camera and decoy boxes to bait the bandit.
Their suspicions were confirmed when footage showed an 8-year-old girl walking up Baggs' driveway to the porch, looking at the door briefly and running off with the goods, according to a police report.
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Clinton taught them about the "Lewinski" and obunga teaches them about "redistributing".
A new Christmas tradition is born.
]Her mother said the girl told her she had found “ONE” package. And the mother believed her and didn’t investigate. It doesn’t say if the cops searched the home for the rest of the stolen goods.
If you see a package take it you deserve it: Obama 2012
If this was happening in my neighborhood, I would fedex myself a box of dogsh!t.
I guess mom did not notice that the package was addressed to someone else.....
But we have laws that say stealing is illegal!!!!!
One good spanking oughta clear up the problem!
“Tiffany Baggs had two packages go missing....”
Her name is “Tiffany Baggs”? Stage name?
Was it a little Amish girl? Did she have a beard?
Capture a scraggly feral cat. Place in cardboard box that has old shipping labels, with flimsy tape to hold it closed. When the miscreant opens it in their home, listen for the screams. I’ve had to capture a couple in the past. Believe me, you don’t want your face near the box when it’s opened.
I love creative solutions to problems!
Put up by the parents. Arrest them.
Very funny !
Lol! And I use eBay, hilarious. Your comic reminds me of past encounters. When I was a teen, my mom ordered me to get a cat out of her car in the garage. The feral cat had climbed in and wedged itself under the dash amid the wiring. I spent a great deal of time trying to yank it out without damaging the wiring, and my arms and hands got all scratched up. Another one I chased all around the house, it was going nuts on the venetian blinds trying to get out of closed windows. Lots of experience with them. I get along with cats now ever since my dog died years ago, half a dozen cats visit my yard daily and I give them treats.