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Salisbury Woman Arrested in Car Break-ins

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Alisha Ann Langerak Alisha Ann Langerak

SALISBURY, Md.- Police have arrested a Salisbury woman in connection with a string of car break-ins in which thousands of dollars worth of items were allegedly taken.

Alisha Ann Langerak, 31, is charged with theft, rogue and vagabond. The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office said Langerak's arrest stemmed from an investigation that got under way in July, when deputies began investigating a series of car break-ins in a neighborhood near Salisbury University. The streets where the cars were broken into included Douglas Road, Fountain Road, Taney Avenue, Pine Bluff Road, Rolling Road and Hunting Park Drive.

Police said that during the investigation a deputy discovered someone, later identified as Langerak, attempted to cash a check stolen from one of the cars. Investigators said Langerak was turned away at the bank and was subsequently identified after a review of the surveillance video. Police said after a subsequent investigation, which included the service of a search warrant on a hotel room where Langerak was staying, most of the stolen items were either recovered or otherwise accounted for. The combined total value of the stolen items is estimated at just over $5,000, investigators said.

During the investigation into the break-ins and thefts, deputies discovered Langerak had fled the area. She was located by authorities in Delaware County, Pa. On Nov. 12,  a Wicomico County sheriff's deputy traveled to Pennsylvania for the purpose of extraditing Langerak back to Maryland. Upon her return, Langerak was booked on the aforementioned charges and ordered held in the county detention center in lieu of $70,000 bond.

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