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Jan 2, 2014

Woman suffers paranoia and trespasses into another’s home

Jennifer Tillett

A woman, who is accused of burglarizing the home of Farima Gordon, claims that it was a state of paranoia that caused her to enter the Faber’s Road home and steal nothing…that’s right nothing. Thirty-three-year-old Jennifer Tillett, a student of a Jane Usher Boulevard address, appeared before Magistrate Dale Cayetano, where she was read a single charge of burglary.  Allegations are that just after two this morning, Tillett entered the home as a trespasser and although she stole nothing, she was charged with Burglary because she broke into Gordon’s home. Gordon got up to find Tillett standing beside her dining table dressed in a blue blouse, long jeans pants and white cloth wrapped around her head. In court, Tillett initially pleaded guilty to the charge, but after hearing her explanation, Magistrate Cayetano entered an equivocal plea of not guilty on Tillett’s behalf. She was offered bail in the sum of three thousand dollars, plus one surety of the same amount. Tillett is due back in court on March fourth. 

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