NORTON — Police say an independently employed hospice nurture was caught with adornments stolen in a housebreak on a similar road where she was working.
Sade Jefferson-Simpson, 24, who was remaining at an Essex Street home, is free on safeguard in the wake of arguing honest Tuesday in Attleboro District Court.
She deals with indictments of accepting stolen property, threatening behavior on a cop and opposing capture.
Jefferson-Simpson was captured after an examination by Officers Cameron Eisnor and John Worrall and Detective Todd Bramwell.
Police were dispatched to a house on Essex Street around 7:45 p.m. Friday after the mortgage holder found the break-in and gems missing.
Jefferson-Simpson was captured later with an adornments box purportedly stolen from the home.