Palin's sis in trouble for burglary
New York, Apr 4: Sarah Palin, the former vice-presidential candidate representing the Republicans, is now in the lime light of the media for her sister-in-law Diana's arrest.
Sarah palin's sister allegedly burgled a house on Thursday, Apr 2. Diana Palin was caught by the homeowner, Turcott when she was proceeding towards a bedroom cabinet, where he had kept his cash in the past. Diana's daughter, who had been waiting in a 1993 Toyota Camery, entered the house after the arrival of the cops.
The hearing took place on Friday, Apr 3. The daughter told the police that she had been to the house days with her mother earlier also but Diana denied that and insisted that she mistook the house for a friend's place, reports the New York Daily News.
Turcott is said to have been robbed several times in the last few weeks. He lost 2,200 dollars in a robbery on March 26, and nearly 400 dollars on March 31.
Diana has been charged with felony burglary charges, along with misdemeanour theft and criminal trespass, regarding the March 31 and April 2 incidents.
Governor, Sarah Palin and her family refuse to comment on this issue.