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Burglary victim arrested Friday morning

© © Jasmine Anderson (Source: Craighead County Jail) © © Jasmine Anderson (Source: Craighead County Jail)
 JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) – A burglary victim was arrested while she was telling police what was stolen from her Friday morning.

According to Jonesboro police, they were called out to the 1400-block of Belt Street in connection to a burglary.

Officers interviewed a woman who said her car window was broken and items were stolen from inside her car. That’s when Jasmine Anderson, 24, came up and told police she also had items stolen.

When police asked for her personal information, she gave them a fake name and birth date. Police could not pull up her records so they continued to ask to make sure she was not lying. Anderson eventually gave her real name and police found she had two warrants out for her arrest from Craighead County.

She was taken to the Craighead County Jail for obstruction of governmental operations. She was left in custody at the jail in lieu of a $525 bond and had a hold placed on her for her warrants.

Anderson told police she did not lie about the items that were stolen from her.

She is set to appear in court on Monday.

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