After breaking into the rented home of American actor Robert De Niro early Monday while the actor and his daughter were there, a female repeat offender was arrested by the New York City Police. .
Shanice Aviles, 30, crept downstairs to the 79-year-old Oscar-winning actress’ Upper East Side basement around 2:30 a.m. and used a pipe or metal rod to get inside. according to the police and the police. New York Post report.
A representative for the NYPD deputy commissioner of public information said CNN that at around 2:45 a.m., police arrested a 30-year-old woman in a house as she tried to move her belongings. An iPad and Christmas gifts were included in the property. According to the spokesman, traces of forced entry can be seen in the basement door of the house. The woman has been arrested and charges await.
According to sources, Aviles is charged with theft, adding to an already long criminal record that includes at least 16 arrests this year alone.
The thief, Shanice Aviles, also smiled for the camera as police led her out of the New York Police Department’s Area 19 police station, on her way to the Manhattan courthouse. Based on Fox NewsThe Manhattan woman, who has a history of “multiple burglaries,” has been charged in a similar fashion for her most recent offence: breaking into the makeshift home of the actor and activist. “Raging Bull” Michael B. Jordan.
According to NYPD statistics, the recidivism rate of theft within 60 days in 2021 is 24%. Statistics from 2017, before bail reform, show a recidivism rate of 7%. Current NYPD stats from 2022 to date show the rate holding steady at 24%.
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