A Southern California woman was arrested for a burglary committed just two days after she was released from jail for the same offense.
Detectives from the San Diego Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested Martha Lampley of Spring Valley on multiple felony warrants Thursday in connection with the theft of packages and at least one other burglary.
Lampley was arrested on Nov. 29 for a parole violation, burglary and possession of a controlled substance. According to the sheriff's department, she stole deliveries right off people's porches in the Lemon Grove, Spring Valley and El Cajon areas.
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Home surveillance video shows her driving a Uhaul truck to one house, going to the front and taking a package away, deputies say.
She posted bail on Dec. 4, and just two days later was at it again, sheriff's officials say. A victim whose iPad Air was stolen while she was at home identified Lampley as the suspect. She was also identified by other victims through a series of photos.
The investigation is ongoing, but if Lampley is convicted of her current charges, she faces 44 years in prison.