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By Lee Moran / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 1:22 PM YouTube The burglar is caught making herself at home at two Houston houses A bikini-wearing thief was caught on camera raiding two Houston homes where she tried on stolen shoes and then peed on the patio. Home security footage shows the continue reading this.. brazen bandit pulling up to a Kings Lake Estate home in a yellow convertible Mustang. RELATED: SEE: BEATING CAUGHT ON HOMEOWNER’S NANNY CAM She gets out, walks up to the property and after rummaging through the mailbox opens up UPS packages. Finding a pair of shoes that she likes, she tries them on before attempting to enter the home through the locked front door. YouTube RELATED: ‘DATELINE’ REPORTS ON BLING RING She is then seen walking back to her car, driving to a neighbor’s house where she also tries to break in before squatting down and urinating on the patio. Homeowner Jason Jodway uploaded surveillance footage of the bizarre incidents to YouTube, where he appeals for people who know the woman to come forward.

A man, who tried to rob a group of people waiting in line to buy the new $180 LeBron James sneakers, was shot and killed when one of the customers pulled out a gun, Atlanta police said. Police spokesman: This appears to be self-defense, and the customer was not charged. According to witnesses, the thief pulled out a gun, and attempted to rob the crowd. The deceased man has not been identified. One of the men within the group took out his own handgun and fired, said Atlanta police spokesman Carlos Campos. A number of witnesses were interviewed, and this appears to be self-defense, he said.

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David Dewhurst, a Republican who controls the flow of Senate legislation. He refused to declare the issue dead but others were less optimistic. Sen. Dan Patrick, R-Houston, said the Democrats never should have been allowed to put Republicans “in a box” and complained that many in the Senate GOP were “flying by the seat of their pants.” But the bill’s bogging down began with Republican Gov. Rick Perry, who summoned lawmakers back to work immediately after the regular legislative session ended May 27 but didn’t add abortion to the special session to-do list until late in the process. The Legislature can only take up issues at the governor’s direction during the extra session. Then, House Democrats succeeded in stalling nearly all night Sunday, keeping the bill from reaching the Senate until 11 a.m.


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