Ohio woman accused of breaking into home, cleaning it and leaving $75
WESTLAKE, Ohio (AP) -- A woman accused of breaking into a home west of Cleveland, cleaning it and leaving a bill for $75 has pleaded guilty to attempted burglary.
The (Elyria) Chronicle-Telegram says Susan Warren pleaded guilty this week to attempted burglary and will be sentenced later.
The 53-year-old Warren told authorities that she was driving by the house and "wanted something to do." She broke in, washed some coffee cups, took out the trash, vacuumed and dusted inside the house. Then she left a bill written on a napkin that included her phone number.
Warren says that she owns a cleaning business and sometimes enters homes, cleans them and leaves a bill.
She has another burglary case pending, but circumstances weren't clear.