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'Cleaning fairy' caught shoveling driveways

Published On: Jan 25 2013 10:07:27 AM CST
Updated On: Jan 27 2013 05:07:41 AM CST
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Ohio’s “cleaning fairy” has struck again. But instead of breaking into homes to clean, she’s shoveling strangers’ driveways.

Police in Elyra, Ohio, received a report of a “suspicious female” clearing snow from a driveway. When they arrived, they found Susan Warren, 53, shoveling snow, according to The Chronicle-Telegram.

Warren was previously arrested for breaking into a home near Cleveland, cleaning and leaving a bill for $75. She pleaded guilty and was put on probation, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

Warren probably won’t face charges for shoveling the driveway, but she was arrested for violating her probation for an earlier attempted burglary, according to The Columbus Dispatch and Chronicle-Telegram.

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