Hanover Township woman stole appliances, drapes from rental before eviction …
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A Hanover Township woman is accused of stealing almost $ 3,400 in items from a Palmer Township rental property from which her family was evicted.

Deborah R. King, 37, of the 5400 block of Jaclyn Lane, was arraigned today on charges of theft, receiving stolen property and conspiracy. She was released on $ 10,000 unsecured bail. King does not have a listed phone number.

King, her husband, Jeremy Lee King, and their three children were living in a Hillside Court rental property in Palmer when they fell four months behind on their $ 1,800-a-month rent, according to court records. Property owner Randy Tigar had the couple evicted through civil proceedings, police said.

The Kings moved out Oct. 27 and Tigar went to the home the next day, police said. He found numerous items missing, including TV wall-mounting brackets, the bathroom floor vent, curtains and rods from several rooms and the washer and dryer, documents say.

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