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ATLANTA (AP) - A second teen has been charged with breaking into filmmaker Tyler Perry’s home in Atlanta.
Kamisha Boozer was arrested Wednesday and charged with prowling and criminal trespass. A judge released her on $1,000 bond for each count.
Her defense attorney said the 17-year-old was not at the break-in and that another defendant gave her name to authorities.
Atlanta police said the break-in at Perry’s home was captured on a video system. A bodyguard grabbed 18-year-old Chloe Ware moments after last week’s intrusion and turned her over to police. Two others escaped.
Police spokesman Curtis Davenport said investigators expect to have a third suspect in custody soon.
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