2 Women Arrested for Stealing Neighbor's Christmas Decorations: Cops

Both women were released from jail Friday

By Lisa Orkin Emmanuel
|  Friday, Dec 9, 2011  |  Updated 8:01 PM EDT
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Two women were accused of stealing Christmas decorations from their neighbor's front yard in Sweetwater, authorities said.

Two women were accused of stealing Christmas decorations from their neighbor's front yard in Sweetwater, authorities said.

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Two women were accused of stealing Christmas decorations from their neighbor's front yard in Sweetwater, authorities said.

Guadalupe Valdes, 18, and Yamill Sarabia, 32, were released from jail on Friday after being arrested a day earlier.  Another person remains at large.

They are accused of walking into their neighbor's front yard where there was a Christmas display, including several inflatable decorations. They began unplugging the Christmas decorations and fled with four of them valued at $410, the police report said.

Both Valdes and Sarabia were released from jail on $5,000 bond each. They face third-degree grand theft charges. Their attorneys' names weren't immediately known.

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