Woman Arrested After Breaking Into Home’s Detached Garage

Woman Arrested After Breaking Into Home’s Detached Garage


At about 9:20 am Sunday morning, the Turlock Police Department was dispatched to a reported trespass that had just occurred at a residence in the 200 block of East Linwood Avenue, Turlock, after a woman had been seen in the backyard of the residence stealing recyclables.

The woman had gotten into a vehicle and fled the area, however, the victim was able to get her vehicle description and license plate number prior to her escape.

About twenty minutes later, an officer in the 200 block of Almond Avenue came across the vehicle with the woman in a nearby dumpster. She was detained in handcuffs for further investigation and identified as Carrie Miller, 48, of Ceres.

During the investigation, officers discovered that Miller had not only stolen recyclables from the backyard, however, she had also made entry into a detached garage. It’s currently unclear whether anything was stolen from said detached garage.

Ultimately, Miller was arrested and booked into the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center on charges of burglary.

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  1. Daniel says:

    Please be informed Carrie Miller didn’t steal any recyclables or take anything from the residence for that matter. Carrie Miller resided at this home several years ago with a couple namedTom and Joanne and their son Michael, when Carrie moved out of the home years ago. Carrie remembered she had left her bicycle there in the garage and she went there thinking it would still be there. Of course the couple / family doesn’t live there anymore ,Tom bless his heart passed away (RIP) and Joanne has moved on with her life, and Carrie , well she was left with only memories of her dear friends, also I should add that Carrie suffers from mental illness. It was bad judgment understandably.

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