Rochester’s Serial Package Snatcher Pleads Guilty
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - The Rochester woman who was caught this past winter and charged with swiping numerous packages that had been delivered to homes in Rochester today entered into a plea agreement in Olmsted County Court.
41-year-old Angela Clemens entered guilty pleas to 3 felony counts of mail theft while 7 other counts of mail theft and a single felony theft charge were dismissed. All of the charges brought against Clemens stemmed from the theft of packages from mailboxes, porches, or entryways of Rochester residences beginning in early January and ending in mid-February.
One of the victims had a surveillance camera aimed outside his front door and the video of Clemens grabbing a package delivered to the home went viral on Facebook (watch it by clicking here). She gained additional notoriety when she was caught taking packages delivered to a Southwest Rochester home after she was arrested and charged in the case captured by the security camera video.
The sentencing hearing for Clemens has been scheduled on May 29th.
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