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Pa. Cop Broke Into Neighbor's House, Did Laundry

May 23, 2012  | 

A Rankin (Pa.) Police officer has been charged with trespassing and criminal mischief for breaking into a neighbor's vacant house to use the washer and dryer.

The owner of the Avalon home contacted police after he entered the house and found the dryer running with clothes including police officer and Marine T-shirts. Officer Jason Rocco asked investigators for his clothes back, reports WPXI.


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