Police: Woman Leaves Bill After Breaking Into Strangers’ Homes To Clean
WESTLAKE, Ohio (CBS Cleveland) — A woman could face jail time for breaking into peoples’ homes to clean.
WKYC-TV reports that Sue Warren left a cleaning bill on a napkin at the Bush family’s home in Westlake when they were not there.
“She wrote a note and left it on the table, saying, ‘$75 I was here to clean,’ and left her name and number,” Sherry Bush told WKYC.
Bush was shocked at what she heard after she called Warren.
“I think our jaws just dropped to the ground,” Bush told WKYC. “I said, what happened, did you get the wrong house? She said, ‘No, I do this all the time.’ I said, what do you mean? She said, ‘I just stop and clean your house.'”
This is not the first time Warren has done this. The station reports she was charged with criminal trespassing after she did the same thing at a Beachwood home last month.
Warren owns her own cleaning business in Elyria.
No charges have yet been filed in this case.