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article imagePoltergeist in couple's home turned out to be woman on meth

By Owen Weldon     Jul 12, 2014 in Crime
Seattle - A University District couple called police on Wednesday, after they returned to their home to discover what looked like "paranormal activity."
The couple said that their home was ransacked by someone or something, and that their mail was ripped open, their clothes were spread throughout the home and there was lotion smeared on a door handle.
According to KBoi2, the soles of their shoes were also removed, and then there was a can of paint that mysteriously appeared on their toilet.
The couple also found a purse that did not belong to them, and inside it was a 27-year-old woman's ID card, CBS reported.
Police searched the home for signs of a break in, but they didn't find any. They said that the only other way to get in would have been through a window, and that would have had to be done by shimmying up a tree and then climbing through it.
The police officer was baffled and dusted for fingerprints, but nothing came up. The couple said none of their belongings appeared to have been stolen. The officers then returned to the West Precinct.
Police eventually received a call from the couple, who said they had been hearing noises under their bed.
This time when police arrived, they found a 27-year-old woman emerging from the bedroom, and the woman appeared to be having a panic attack. She went on to tell the officers that she had been on a meth rampage for days, and had broken into numerous homes in the area.
The woman was arrested and then booked into King County Jail for investigation of burglary.
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