July 14, 2024


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Lincoln woman trashed tile business with child in tow, sheriff says | Crime and Courts

Deputies who responded to a report of a burglary southwest of Lincoln early Wednesday early morning observed a 30-year-outdated Lincoln girl and her little one coated in dust and spray paint outside the house of Yankee Hill Brick & Tile.

Emily Anderson


Emily Anderson of Lincoln experienced entered the unlocked enterprise on South Coddington Avenue with the child in tow, throwing trash cans and chairs close to, flipping gear and spray-painting the building’s exterior, according to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies consider Anderson was driving alongside South Coddington soon after 11 p.m., halting at a fireplace station, a church and Lincoln Equestrian Center just before she stopped on the 4600 block of South Coddington and allegedly stole a box of objects from a automobile, leaving powering a hoodie, scrunchie, coolant and other things from her auto.

Then, Anderson drove to the brick and tile enterprise, wherever deputies say she entered with one particular of her small children and trashed the company, producing $5,000 in problems, spray portray her final name on the building’s exterior.

When within, the sheriff’s office environment claimed Anderson and the baby walked across a catwalk 25 ft earlier mentioned the ground, which deputies explained was “incredibly unsafe for a child of his measurement and age.” A different kid remained in the motor vehicle.

Deputies arrested Anderson on suspicion of burglary, a few counts of felony mischief and two counts of boy or girl abuse.

She was taken to the Lancaster County Jail.

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