MARION, N.C. (AP) - Sheriff’s deputies in North Carolina say they traced a trail of blood to the house of a 68-year-old woman who’s accused of vandalizing property, keying cars, breaking windows and trying to steal license plates.
The Charlotte Observer reports the McDowell County Sheriff’s Office said in a Monday release that deputy Robert Watson responded to Crowder Cable’s residence in western North Carolina twice on July 23. The first time, finding her intoxicated and the second time, finding her bleeding.
The release says Watson traced a trail of blood from the scene of the vandalized cars to Cable’s house next door.
Cable was charged with property damage, attempted larceny, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, attempted breaking and entering and trespassing.
It’s unclear whether Cable has an attorney who can comment.
Information from: The Charlotte Observer, http://www.charlotteobserver.com
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