Came across this today on Huff Post & Anchorage Daily News-just want to keep track of Sarah & her family so when she rears her head in 2012-I am going to sit back and watch the fun.
The "girl" they are speaking of his her 4 year old daughter that she took with her to case the home.
I wondered why she would need money so bad she had to burgalrize with her child. Also, is there a drug problem? She has a husband that thought she was at home lokking after their 2 children.
The homeowner-how did she know he kept large sums of cash at home?
I am curious to say the least.
This is from Huff post:
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Police say Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's sister-in-law is accused of breaking into the same home twice to steal money.
Deputy Wasilla Police Chief Greg Wood says 35-year-old Diana Palin was arrested Thursday after she was confronted by the homeowner in the governor's hometown of Wasilla. She faces two counts of felony burglary and misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and theft.
Governor spokeswoman Meghan Stapleton says Palin is the half sister of the governor's husband and the family has no comment.
This is strange to say the least. If Sarah is going to put herself in the ring 2012 she has a lot of explaining to do.
This is from: Anchorage Daily News (http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/crime/story/747508.html
Homeowner Theodore Turcott told police an unfamiliar gray 1993 Toyota Camry pulled into his driveway Thursday morning, according to a affidavit filed Friday at the Palmer courthouse. Turcott told police he'd been burglarized twice recently: Someone stole $2,200 on March 26, leaving $400 behind, and after another apparent break-in Tuesday, all but $9 was gone.
Palin made straight for the bedroom cabinet where Turcott kept his cash, Wood said.
McLean was not at the Friday hearing said he had no idea why his wife would be at a house so far from her own --McLean said he was still in shock. His wife, a stay-at-home mom, took good care of their 4- and 6-year-old children, he said.
"Everything seemed normal," he said.
I think this is the kind of stuff that begs Saturday Night Live.