Man faces charges after allegedly stealing meatballs, cookies from his parents’ house

/ 02:58 PM March 27, 2020
Frozen Meatballs in refrigerator

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A man from Pennsylvania, United States, reportedly broke into his parents’ home and stole some items while they were away in Florida.

Michael Knepp, 43, allegedly took frozen meatballs and chocolate chips from his parents’ possession on March 18, according to CBS-affiliate WTAJ-TV, last Tuesday, March 24.


According to the local police in Fox Township, Elk County, Knepp was advised to stay off his parents’ property while they were not in town. He is now facing charges of criminal trespassing, theft, burglary and receiving stolen property. Cha Lino /ra



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