ELYRIA, Ohio - Shoveling a driveway without the homeowner's consent led to the arrest of the Elyria woman previously dubbed the "cleaning fairy."
On Tuesday, Elyria police said Susan Warren, 53, was shoveling a driveway on Branston Avenue without the homeowner's consent. The homeowner ended up calling police.
Dispatchers told officers that Warren had a warrant out for her arrest on an attempted burglary charge. She was taken to the Elyria Jail before being taken to the Lorain County Sheriff's Office.
Officers said they found $961.99 in Warren's purse.
Warren was first arrested in May for breaking into a Westlake home and leaving a $75 bill for tidying it up. She was sentenced to probation.
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It was a packed house at North Ridgeville City Hall Monday night. Dozens turned out for a City Council meeting, calling for the humane officer responsible for shooting five kittens, to be terminated.
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