CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – A first-degree burglary charge has been filed against a woman who allegedly elbowed a person to get into the home before taking items.
Marylynn Lockie, 36, of Rochester, Minnesota, is being held on $25,000 bond in the Cerro Gordo County Jail.
On April 11 at around 5:33 p.m., authorities say Lockie entered the residence without the home owner’s consent and assaulted a residence by hitting him in the face with an elbow while trying to gain access to the home. It happened at 1501 2nd Ave. N. in Clear Lake.
“The defendant removed property belonging to the resident from the home and damaged property once the defendant was outside the residence,” the criminal complaint states.
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