Comments for: Woman accused of stealing guns from pawn shop arrested after returning to scene, police say

Posted June 14, 2012, at 2:19 p.m.

WATERVILLE | A woman who broke into a local pawn shop and stole a firearm has been arrested, according to police. Megan Gagne, 26, had initially eluded police after the early-morning break-in of J.R. Pawn Shop on Elm Street on June 4, but she returned to the scene of …

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  • Wow.. if you’re going to steal something, dont go back to that same place. I think she broke the law of “Common sense.”

    • Anonymous

      Haven’t you ever heard that the criminal always returns to the scene of the crime? She was just trying to prove it. DUH!

  • Anonymous

    and if you do go back to steal something from them again, i wouldn’t bring the evidence of your first crime back with you…. poster child for americas dumbest criminals

  • Anonymous

    Not the sharpest tool in the shed.

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