A woman arrested after a Winder YMCA member suspected her of stealing from his car last week is believed responsible for breaking into at least 40 cars in Winder, plus homes and vehicles all over Northeast Georgia, WSB Radio reports.
Raemonda Inscho of Jackson County was arrested Sept. 27 after police found her car stuffed with what turned out to be stolen items. On Tuesday, WSB Radio reports, searches of her car and home turned up evidence of items from 65 vehicles.
Among the items found were nearly 50 debit and credit cards.
Two truckloads of stolen items were removed from the woman's Jackson County home, WSB reports.
When questioned by Winder Police last week, Inscho reportedly told them she was “just trying to feed her children."
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