West Bloomfield Housekeeper’s exploits have cost homeowners over half a million dollars in stolen items.
For 20 years, Katherine Allison has been a trusted housekeeper – but now she’s accused of stealing high-end items from one home in West Bloomfield.
Due to the increasing number of victims and multiple felony charges, police are requesting that anyone with further information to come forward as soon as possible.
MSU police arrested a 39-year-old housekeeper after she was accused of stealing more than $500,000 from her clients over four months.
Authorities are investigating a recent string of home burglaries believed to be related. The incidents started in Mid October, and they’ve been linked to at least 20 different items that were stolen from homes across the southeast Michigan area.
A housekeeper has been accused of stealing a watch valued at $20,000 from a homeowner’s home. When police searched the alleged thief’s home, officers found several other items with value that were stolen by her.
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Based on personal gut feeling, these items might be related to a single theft. They were taken by criminals and we’re not sure how they ended up in these private homes in Oakland County. But their total value is more than $571,000.
39-year-old Beata Tarnawska is charged with stealing over $500,000 worth of items from several customers, including Oakland County.
Tarnawska has been charged with nine different crimes, ranging from larceny to possession of a stolen firearm. The one charge that we’ll focus on is the possession of a stolen firearm. She was held on a $50,000 bond and is currently being held until trial.