JAMAICA — Two women have been charged with burglary after allegedly breaking into a neighbor’s home in Jamaica, the New York Post reported.
A woman claims she arrived at her home on Roscoe Street at 106th Street at about 4 p.m. May 2 and allegedly found a woman she did not know sitting on her steps gesturing toward someone inside the home, the Post said.
The homeowner then allegedly watched her next-door neighbor Patricia Jackson, 23, run out of the house, jump a fence and run back into her home, the Post said.
When the victim entered her home, she found her diamond ring, laptop computer and DVD player missing and she called the cops, who arrested Jackson and her alleged accomplice Jessica Pierre-Paul, 20, according to the Post.
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