A Carroll woman accused of breaking into a Coon Rapids home and using a stolen credit card has been charged in District Court for Carroll County. According to court records, 37-year-old McKensie Rae Bess was taken into custody by the Coon Rapids Police Department on Thursday, Feb. 6 for third-degree burglary, an aggravated misdemeanor, and unauthorized use of a credit card, a class D felony. An affidavit from law enforcement claims Bess had broken through the front door of a residence in the 700 block of 6th Street earlier this month. She was later found in possession of items that had been reported stolen, including a television, wallet, cell phone and other miscellaneous objects. Bess is also accused of using a card obtained during the burglary to make an online purchase of approximately $40. She remains in custody at the Carroll County jail.
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