Woman skips mom’s funeral to steal her safe, police say

Police in Massachusetts stated a woman ditched her own mother’ h funeral on Friday to break directly into her home and steal the safe filled with items worth $90, 000.

Alyce Davenport, 30, plus Diron Conyers, 27, both made an appearance in court Monday and experienced seven counts related to the supposed robbery, the Telegram & Gazette documented .

Charges were filed against the 2 after Thomas Baillet, Davenport’ t mother’ s fiancé, told law enforcement someone broke into his home during the funeral of Audra Manley – Davenport’ s mother – and stole the safe from the locked bedroom.

Police said Diron Conyers, twenty-seven, worked to help Davenport steal the particular safe.   (Warren Police Department)

Court documents apparently stated Davenport was suspected from the theft, and was recently kicked out of the house over her drug behaviors.

Law enforcement found a car linked to Davenport quietly of a road with the safe within the trunk, which Davenport allegedly criticized shut when officers tried to look inside.

Legal documents, $5, 000 within coins, a bag of kitchen knives and jewelry were found somewhere else in the car.

Inside a motel room exactly where Davenport and Conyers were remaining, police discovered cocaine, in addition to “ jewelry, keys, cellphones, a real property contract relating to the address that the safe had been stolen, along with a checkbook reported stolen from a home” in Connecticut, the Gazette documented.

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Police reportedly knew that Davenport was, as she’ s i9000 “ also a suspect in the fraud of life insurance checks paid with her brother after their father’ h death. ”

Davenport, with a history of larceny, identity theft and forgery, occured on $15, 000 bail, based on the Gazette. Conyers, who has a criminal record that includes armed robbery, was held with no bail due to another court bring about.

Each are scheduled to appear in courtroom for a pretrial hearing on February. 6.  

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