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By Jamie Henneman
The Times 

Woman takes plea deal for Lamont house burglary

Watches, gold tooth stolen


Last updated 12/23/2020 at 12:55pm

DAVENPORT – The perpetrator of a house burglary in Lamona in Sept. recently took a plea deal in Lincoln County Superior Court for stealing several items, including watches and a gold tooth crown.

Angela Lou Dunson, 38, submitted an Alford plea on Dec.8 for breaking into a home owned by Karen Carlson. Dunson was with several others people when Carlson found them at her parent’s home.

Dunson claimed they were looking for an estate sale in the area. Dunson later discovered several items missing from the home, including a Colt handgun and tax records belonging to her father.

When later stopped by police after Carlson reported in incident, Dunson told police she was just “checking out abandoned houses.”

Dunson was arrested on suspicion of burglary and a search of her coat turned up watches that Carlson identified as belonging to her mother and a gold tooth crown belonging to Carlson’s father.

Dunson accepted a deal of 5 months in jail and a $500 victim assessment fee for the crime of second degree burglary.

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