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As the officer was putting Valdez, 24, into the car, reports came over the radio about a home burglary that had occurred about a block away. foot surgery ectomyAs the officer was arriving on that scene, Valdez escaped through the open window of the officers vehicle, according to police. Reports state Valdez entered four separate homes while she was fleeing from police and stole from several of them. Once Valdez was again apprehended, she was found to have stolen the vehicle she was driving before, along with multiple items of stolen property including cellphones and other electronics. Find Out MoreShe also reportedly told police she broke into at least two vehicles and stole cash. Inside Valdezs backpack, police reported finding heroin, Xanax and marijuana. Valdez said she used drugs earlier that morning. Valdez was booked into Utah County Jail on suspicion of the following charges: two second-degree felonies of burglary of a dwelling, one second-degree felony of receiving a stolen vehicle, two third-degree felonies of possession of a controlled substance, one third-degree felony of escape from official custody, one third-degree felony of theft by receiving stolen property, one class A misdemeanor of burglary of a vehicle, four class B misdemeanors of criminal trespassing, one class B misdemeanor of possession of a controlled substance and one class B misdemeanor of possession of drug paraphernalia. Kurt Hanson is the Breaking News and Courts reporter for the Daily Herald.
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