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October 03, 2017 10:56 AM
(ABC 6 News) -- A Rochester woman says the media is to blame for her home being broken into while she was in jail.
27-year-old Jennifer Nou was booked into the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center, along with two others, on September 26 following an ongoing drug investigation.
According to Rochester Police Captain John Sherwin, officers executed a search warrant of her northwest Rochester home. Inside, Captain Sherwin said officers found 80 grams of cocaine, 760 grams of marijuana, a small amount of heroin, a loaded handgun and several pills including ecstasy, Zanax and Adderall.
When Nou was released, she told police she arrived home and saw a broken window. Nou said 3 TV’s, a laptop, a jar of change, $500 cash, an iPad and her vehicle were missing from the property.
Captain Sherwin said Nou blamed the media for the burglary, because her home address was posted on several media outlets.
As part of an ongoing drug investigation, the Rochester Police Department executed a search warrant at 2427 24th St. NW on Tuesday, September 26.
Inside, police say they found 80 grams of cocaine, 760 grams of marijuana, a small amount of heroin, a loaded handgun and several pills including ecstasy, Zanax and Adderall.
Police had gotten info from U.S. Customs about some intercepted packages from out of the country, which sparked the investigation.
Police arrested three people in the home; 32-year-old Kyle Peterson, 27-year-old Jennifer Nou and 28-year-old Christopher Watson.
Peterson is facing a 1st drug degree sales charge, a 1st degree drug possession charge and a charge for being an ineligible person in possession of a handgun.
Nou is facing a 2nd drug sales charge and Watson is facing a 3rd degree drug possession charge.
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Updated: October 03, 2017 10:56 AM
Created: October 03, 2017 10:15 AM
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