On April 3, 2017 at approximately 6:30 a.m., Deputy McBride was dispatched to 146 Hempstead 23 lot 11 in reference to a residential burglary. Upon arrival, he made contact with the 38-year-old female victim who stated that she in bed and heard someone attempting to break into the residence through the air conditioning unit. victim stated that it sounded like someone then was attempting to rip the under pinning. Victim said that she then heard something that sounded like a duck call.
Victim stated that she must have dosed off and was woke up by a loud noise in the living room. Victim stated that the dog got up and was standing at the end of the bed. Victim stated that two white males came into the bedroom, wearing black ski mask and button up, long sleeve shirts. Victim stated that one of the subjects grabbed the dog; and held the dog down on the bed by the throat. Victim stated that the other subject then grabbed her and pulled her off the bed. stated that he told her to give him, her cell phone. victim stated that he got the cell phone and sent her husband a text message.
The text message stated "Say bye to the B***H."
Pafford Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene and checked on the female victim. Who denied medical attention at this time. Deputy Mc Bride was unable to locate any marks or injuries on the victim at the time. The subjects made entry through the front door, but the door was not damaged during the break in.