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Cleaning fairy arrested while shoveling driveways without permission

Susan Warren "The Cleaning Fairy" Susan Warren "The Cleaning Fairy"
Mug Susan Warren (Source: Elyria POlice) Mug Susan Warren (Source: Elyria POlice)
Brandtson Ave. driveway, Warren was arrested while shoveling Brandtson Ave. driveway, Warren was arrested while shoveling
ELYRIA, OH (WOIO) -

Susan Warren also known as "The Cleaning Fairy" was back in police custody today but this time it wasn't for breaking into homes to clean them; this time she was shoveling driveways without permission.

Elyria Police went to a home on Brandtson Avenue today for a report of a "suspicious female" shoveling a driveway without the homeowner's consent.

During questioning, the officer discovered that 53-year-old Susan Warren had a warrant through Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Office for probation violation.

Although Warren was arrested on the warrant, no charges were brought up for shoveling the snow.

In November of 2012, Warren was sentenced to one year of probation for breaking into a Westlake home, cleaning it and leaving a $75 bill for the homeowner on a napkin.

She said that it wasn't uncommon for her to go into homes and clean them and that she never had a problem before that.

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