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Woman Breaks Into Home, Steals Car, Leaves Her Shoe Behind

This is no modern Cinderella story: a woman from San Antonio, Texas is facing a slew of serious charges after breaking into a home and stealing a car, and forgetting one of her shoes at the scene.
Angelique Delgado broke into a house and stole a car, lost her shoe at the scene 21 photos
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According to KSAT, 23-year-old Angelique Delgado is in police custody and is facing charges of theft of a vehicle, burglary and other drug-related charges stemming from an incident that occurred last week.

On the day in question, Delgado was at a man’s house, having drinks, the report says, citing the police affidavit. At one point, she and the man got into a fight, and she ran away from his home. That’s when she lost her first shoe.

The report doesn’t say what the fight was about or whether Delgado was fleeing because she was in physical danger. For what is worth, the man has not been charged with any crime.

Her next move was to break into the house of one of the man’s neighbors. She got inside through an unlocked back door and she stole “personal items from the house along with the keys to a 2014 Hyundai Accent parked outside.” She drove off in the car, but she left her second shoe inside the house she’d just burglarized.

To state the obvious again, this is not a modern-day Cinderella story: the shoe left behind didn’t help her land a handsome and rich prince, so there is no happy ending here. Police caught Delgado quickly and it emerged that she had a history of drug abuse. As expected, she didn’t even bother that much with trying to hide the stolen car.

“Police said they eventually located the stolen car two houses down from Delgado's residence. Her father told police she had been addicted to drugs and had been using the stolen vehicle,” KSAT reports.

 
 
 
 
 

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