Warrants Obtained In ‘Cleaning Lady’ Thefts; Suspect Believed To Have Fled To Mexico

warrant_issuedIn yet another move towards catching and ‘cleaning up’ the criminals committing crimes in Lakewood, Detective Lieutenant William Addison tells TLS, that Detectives Oscar Valmon and Sherry Jones obtained arrest warrants for Lucia Gijon Fernandez, age 25, a former resident of Coral Avenue in Lakewood, responsible for the ‘Cleaning Job’ she did on several homes. The warrants are in the amount of $2500 full bail for each offense. Det. Jones applied for warrants for the May 21st theft from Princeton Ave., the May 28th theft from Park Ave, and two June 4th thefts from Hadasah Ln. Det. Valmon issued a warrant for the June 1st theft from Whispering Pines Ln.

The cleaning lady Fernandez, is believed to have fled the United States to Mexico.

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  1. Ari, you are partially right. Only “the Court” may issue warrants, Det. Valmon applied for, and was granted, the warrant. I stand corrected and thank you for keeping it right.

  2. Impressive that LPD have her last name & where abouts , most cleaning ladies only say their first name . Nobody knows who they are , where they live etc. They get dropped off by a car with license plates from Pennsylvania or North Carolina . And they use prepaid cell phones . So just say “adios amigo” and forget about it .

  3. Everyone should at least have a picture of your cleaning lady..I took one on my cell phone..if g-d forbid something bad happens you have very little way of describing her to the authorities.

  4. Why does it help to have a warrant? Do u think she’ll announce when she comes back illegally? How will they know she’s here? She made off with almost all of my jewelry and I was NOT impressed with how the police handled the situation. I think they did not move fast enough to try to recover the stolen goods

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