Neighborhood watch group formed after break-in
Submitted by crecord2010 on Tue, 07/29/2014 - 3:37pm
Patricia Munoz may never forget the day her home was broken into.
“I had just left to the store to get some laundry soap,” Munoz said. “My kids were at school, and I was here alone. I had my windows open, airing the house out.”
When Munoz, who lives on East Texas Street, returned from the store, she noticed the window screen had been removed from the window.
“I backed out of my driveway and I drove up to my neighbor (Mary Stirneman) and asked her if she’d seen anybody over by my house,” Munoz said.
“She said the window screen was gone,” Stirneman said. “We were standing there talking. I said, ‘I’ll go in with you and we’ll check it out.’ She said she was going to call her (her husband) Andrew.”
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