North Ga. Child Sent in Doggie Door for Burglary

| December 9, 2013

burglary outline CONYERS, GA – A mother in Rockdale County has been accused by police of sending her child through a doggie door to steal from a neighbor’s home.

The victim noticed several items from her home had gone missing over the past few months, including a handgun. She then installed a security camera that sent the pictures to her email account. After a late November break-in, the victim received pictures of the neighbor’s child crawling through the doggie door and unlocking the door. The video also showed the mother entering the house through the unlocked door.

Police charged the 25 year old mother with burglary.

Source: Access North Georgia

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  1. Jhowell says:

    She needs to be charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor as well. What a wonderful example she was setting!