A South Carolina woman has been arrested and charged after local authorities say she brought her child with her to rob several churches.
“After reviewing security camera footage from Gilbert United Methodist Church, property crime investigators confirmed that Reese broke into Bethlehem Lutheran Church and Gilbert United Methodist Church,” according to Lexington County Sheriff Jay Kuhn’s post on the sheriff’s office Facebook. .
Leslie Reese, 42, is accused of breaking into four Gilbert-area churches last month and taking items including Christmas decorations and crosses.
“Security camera footage showed Reese breaking a window to enter both churches and taking various items including a cross, candles and Christmas decorations,” the sheriff said.
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However, Reese was not alone when he committed the robbery. According to the police, it appears that she took her child out of school to accompany him in the robbery. It is not known how old the child is.
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“Reece pulled his child out of school and took the child with him to break into churches and take things,” Coon said. Inside Samaria Baptist, a book bag containing a folder belonging to Reese’s child was found.
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He was charged with four counts of third-degree burglary and one count of unlawful acts against a child, the sheriff’s office said Tuesday.
He was released from the Lexington County Detention Center after posting bail, according to the office.