URBANA — A Ludlow woman out on bond for a residential burglary in Fisher has been charged with another residential burglary in Ludlow.
Kaylan Braaten, 21, was charged in a warrant issued for her arrest Friday with the alleged break-in to a home in the 100 block of North Poplar Street on Sept. 10.
A Ludlow police report said neighbors heard a banging noise and looked outside and saw a young woman kicking the door of the home. Witnesses saw her looking through windows and later carrying a white bowl from the mobile home. Police found a window broken out and a swimming pool ladder propped up against it.
Missing from the home was an antique white bowl and prescription pain medication. Police also found pry marks on the home.
The police officer went to Braaten's home and spoke to her mother, who provided the officer with her daughter's coat. In the pocket was a screwdriver. Police also recovered the white bowl from Braaten's home. She was identified by one of the neighbors.
Braaten was out on bond for a break-in that had occurred in Fisher on Aug. 3 in which cash, a designer purse and jewelry was stolen.
If convicted of both residential burglaries, she would have to serve the sentences for each one after the other. She faces four to 15 years in prison for each of the alleged burglaries.
Braaten is due back in court on both cases Wednesday.