Massachusetts woman, Alyce Davenport, is accused of using the time window of her own mother’s funeral, to rob her house, according to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
Davenport, 30, of Southbridge, was arrested over the weekend along with a male accomplice after police located a missing safe taken from her mother’s home during her funeral.
The safe was filled with $90,000 worth of items, according to the report.
Reports say, Davenport is alleged to have broken into the home of her mother and grandmother, Audra Johnson, during her funeral last week.
Johnson’s fiancee alerted authorities after returning home from the funeral and noticing a safe had been stolen.
Davenport was immediately considered a suspect as she had recently been thrown out of the house for using drugs. Davenport and Diron Conyers, 27, were pulled over by police on Saturday and the safe was discovered in the trunk of the couple’s car. More items were found inside the motel room where Davenport and Conyers were staying. Continue reading