Drama must run in the family.
Sarah Palin's sister-in-law is the latest family member to add to the barrage of negative publicity generated by the former vice presidential candidate's extended clan.
Palin, 35, allegedly broke into the same home three times in 8 days to steal cash and was caught by the homeowner when he hid out in a bathroom and nabbed her as she made a beeline for the cabinet in which he kept his cash, cops said.
Palin's 4-year-old daughter wandered into the house as the homeowner was detaining Palin, the paper reported.
She was arrested on April 2 and has been detained since. She plead not guilty to the charges, the paper reported.
The news of the sister-in-law's indictment came on the heels of searing criticism of the Palin family by the teen father of Sarah's grandson, Levi Johnston.
Johnston, who fathered 3-month-old baby Tripp with Palin's teen daughter, did a series of stinging interviews in which he said Palin knew that he was having sex with her daughter in their Alaska home.
Last December, Johnston's 42-year-old mother, Sherry, was charged with six felony counts for misconduct for a controlled substance when cops found drugs in her house during an undercover sting.