Police: CT Women Arrested, Résumé at Scene of Violent Home Invasion
29-year-old, Lily Bodenlos from Naugatuck and her friend, 37-year-old, Melissa Mimitz of Newington, allegedly broke into an elderly woman's house in Springfield, Massachusetts back in August. Supposedly, they were acquainted with the elderly woman's daughter, and knew how much money she had.
Police say the elderly victim was tied up, pepper sprayed, and robbed. The two got caught as Bodenlos apparently left a very important thing at the scene of the crime —her résumé. Officers found a folder with Lily Bodenlos' work history and contact information in a bathroom, according to MassLive.
There’s no information on why she had the résumé on her in the first place, but it was recovered by cops and they traced it right back to her. Thankfully, the victim got free and used a neighbor's phone to call 911.
The pair of women robbers ended up getting away with $8,000 in cash and a few other items. The two were arrested and charged with seven felonies.
If convicted, Lily Bodenlos might need to take “attention to detail” off of the "skills" section on her resume.
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