Thursday, May 09, 2013

Woman At Home During Break-In
A Johnson City woman is reporting that her home was invaded by two men that burglarized the home and after rifling through the home fled the scene. 21-year-old Kayla Hodge says she was upstairs in her west maple street residence when she heard a commotion downstairs. When she went to investigate she encountered two strange men who pulled a gun on her and ordered her upstairs. She was told to lay down on the floor while they search the room. She said after a time the men took her downstairs and made her sit on the couch while the two men had an argument of some sort…the men then reportedly grabbed the woman’s cell phone and started to leave…she went outside and told them to give the phone back…which they did…and left…she then contacted her boyfriend and they contacted police. Hodge reported six-hundred dollars from a dresser in the upstairs bedroom and a game system and games. They did not give a description of the men other than the race and that one was bald the other having dreadlocks. (CC)

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