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Woman accused of burglary, theft at Normal apartment

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Shaniece N. Owens-Arroyo

Shaniece N. Owens-Arroyo, 24, of Bloomington, is charged with two counts of burglary.

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BLOOMINGTON — A woman is in custody for allegedly stealing packages from a Normal apartment.

Shaniece Owens-Arroyo, 24, Bloomington, faces two counts of burglary, Class 2 felonies.

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Owens-Arroyo was recently seen on surveillance footage with another person taking several packages from a mailroom at the Vernon Stables apartments at 323 E. Vernon Ave. in Normal, according to a probable cause statement read in court Wednesday.

A sound bar, blender, jewelry, name-brand clothing and other items were allegedly stolen at different times and later showed up on Facebook Marketplace.

Owens-Arroyo was jailed in lieu of posting $3,035 bond and was ordered to have no contact with the Vernon Stables.

An arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 19.

A booking photo was not immediately available.


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Cody Johnson, 24, of Bloomington was seen on a surveillance camera with Shaniece Owens-Arroyo entering the mailroom of an apartment building at 323 E. Vernon Ave, Normal, and stealing several packages Jan. 24.

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