Diana Palin indicted on break-in charges, pleads not guilty | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Diana Palin indicted on break-in charges, pleads not guilty

Police say she broke into a home on West Mill Site Circle owned by Theodore Turcott to steal cash. Turcott told investigators he'd lost nearly $2,600 in two prior burglaries, so when he saw an unfamiliar car pull into his driveway, he waited in a bathroom for Palin and confronted her after she headed straight for a cabinet where he kept his money, according to a police affidavit filed by Officer Jentry Crain. Palin's 4-year-old daughter came into the home as her mother was being detained by Turcott, who was armed, police and prosecutors say.

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See mommy try to steal Ted's money...

See Ted with a gun....

See mommy on floor eating carpet...

See nice policeman finally arrive and put shiny bracelets on mommy...

The end.

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