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Costumed "Fairy" Busted For Halloween Heist

A 21-year old woman was arrested for her role in a Halloween heist.



    Costumed "Fairy" Busted For Halloween Heist

    A 21-year old woman who wore a fairy costume while robbing a marijuana dealer on Halloween has been arrested.
    Molly Ann Blumberg was taken into custody Friday in Petaluma, according to the Marin Independent Journal. She participated in the Oct. 31 robbery of 46-year old David Murray Randolph, according to reports.

    Two other women -- Teresa Leanne Gollihugh, 20, and her mother, Keren Anne Blake, 39 -- were arrested Nov. 1 at a homeless encampment in Petaluma for their roles in the crime, according to to the newspaper.
    Police say that the victim let a fairy-costumed woman into his home at 2 a.m. on Halloween in order to use the phone, the newspaper reported. One of the women allegedly drew a gun, and Randolph fought with her before he was attacked and subdued with "a metal lamp, a coffee mug, and alcohol bottles," according to the newspaper.
    The women stole a laptop computer. Randolph had already been relieved of 500 marijuana plants and two pounds of "processed pot"  by police in April, the newspaper reported.