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Woman jailed for her role in rash of home break-ins
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A woman who helped in what was a rash of house break-ins committed by an all-female burglary crew was given four months in jail.The woman, Heather Starr Trapp, 30, entered a guilty plea before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to the charge of aggravated burglary and was ordered to serve 120 days of a four-year sentence, make $500 restitution, and perform 50 hours public service work.Her plea comes in a case where she was linked with being a part of at least one break-in committed by a local burglary ring. Her partner in crime, Lisa M. Porterfield, 33, faces 10 felony counts and is still awaiting trial. Trapp entered pleas for just one of the break-ins.Both Trapp and Porterfield are accused in the June 13 burglary of an Oriole Drive residence where the victim said his apartment was broken into through a glass rear door.