IN the UNITED states has a former female cop exploited the grieving families participation in the tombs to break into their home.
She used the tribute, which was posted online, to find out when the funeral was set to take place.
The 29-year-old Janelle Gericke was charged with a single case of burglary, stemming from the February month in the year.
Then came a family home from the funeral and found her in their kitchen, writes the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Gericke allegedly told the family that she had been hired through Facebook to come and do the cleaning. They asked her to leave the site.
the List of her activities and lists at least a half-dozen cases in 2018 and 2019, where Gericke either tried to sneak into homes – or, actually broke into.
In a case – in February 2018 – so was Gericke caught by dørkameraet, while she went into a home and left it again. Again, one time was the owner for burial.
When the owner came home again, missing his checkbog. She had left a note that she had been inside the house to retrieve things that she had bought via Facebook.
It took investigators more than a year before they found out that the bill was written by Janelle Gericke.
After having investigated the matter for months, set officers monitoring by several homes where the owners were going to the funeral – a funeral which had been mentioned online.
so, apparently Gericke trying to break into two of these homes.
Gericke was in February 2016 hired as a cop in the Jefferson County Jail. She was fired in June of this year.
The 30. december she is in court again.Date Of Update: 20 December 2019, 09:00