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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police say a victim of theft had a special message for the woman in possession of a stolen MacBook Pro, from the victim's fingers to the screen.
Police say 22-year-old Carmen Sewell was arrested and charged on Jan. 7, after they allegedly found drugs in her apartment. (See that story by clicking HERE.) Subsequent to that arrest, she allegedly admitted to another infraction. Police say she told them that on Dec. 22, she had been in possession of a stolen MacBook Pro, worth $1,300.
According to an arrest report, the rightful owner of the stolen computer logged into their account from a remote location, and typed a message, which appeared on the screen of the stolen laptop.
It said, "Bring my [expletive] back!"
After reading the message, Sewell allegedly took the computer and hid it in the woods near the intersection of Poplar Level Rd. and E. Indian Trail.
As previously noted, Sewell would eventually be arrested on another matter in which she was accused of being a heroin dealer after police searched her east Louisville apartment.
It happened Jan. 7 an apartment on Breckenridge Lane, near Kromer Drive.
That's where police say they executed a search warrant at the home of 22-year-old Carmen R. Sewell. Inside the home, they allegedly found heroin, crack cocaine and cocaine in a brown paper bag on the kitchen counter. Police say the drugs had a combined weight of 178 grams.
In the bottom kitchen shelf, police say they found a coffee grinder with white powder residue. Officers also allegedly found numerous baggies with missing corners and three stacks of cash held together by rubber bands.
Marijuana was found in her vehicle, according to the arrest report.
Sewell was arrested and charged with trafficking in heroin, trafficking in cocaine, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in connection with that case.