St. Paul police say woman committed multiple crimes on week long spree
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RCMP are saying over the course of a week a woman committed multiple crimes and now she’s been arrested and charged. The charges begin on July 31st where mounties say they received calls about damaged mail boxes and stolen mail.
By August 1st, the suspect was tied to an overnight break and enter of a business after police say video footage confirmed her role in the crime. On August 5th police found the woman in question. They say they also found weapons and drugs as well as the stolen mail from the July 31st incident on her.
A 40-year-old woman now faces multiple charges including possession of weapon for dangerous purpose, breaking and entering as well as illegal possession of government documents. She’ll stay in police custody and see St. Paul court on August 9th.