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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville woman has been arrested more than two years after she allegedly stole Christmas presents from a local family.
Police say it happened the day after Christmas in Dec. 2010. According to an arrest warrant, 21-year-old Kenisha Davis (then 19) kicked in the window of a home and took the Christmas presents belonging to the children who lived there. The presents included shoes, clothing, snowsuits, a Wii video game system and Wii video games, according to an arrest warrant.
Police say she also took a 42-inch flat screen television, a 32-inch flat screen computer and $300 from a bedroom drawer.
The victim allegedly told police that Davis had been to the home days earlier and had seen the Christmas presents the children were going to receive.
Some time later, police say the victim learned that it was Davis who broke into her home. The victim later found her television and some of her children's Christmas presents in a garage where Davis allegedly hid them.
Davis was arrested on Wednesday afternoon -- more than two years after the alleged crime -- and charged with burglary, according to an arrest report.