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St. Louis Woman Charged With Driving To Waterloo In Stolen Car And Burglarizing Home

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Lindsey Ehrmann
Lindsey Ehrmann

A St. Louis woman is behind bars after being arrested in the act of burglarizing a rural Waterloo home. In addition, the vehicle she was using was stolen. On New Year’s Day, Jan. 1, just after 8 p.m., a homeowner arrived home and noticed a car with Missouri plates parked in their driveway. Feeling suspicious, …

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