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Cleaning Fairy: Maid accused of breaking into homes to clean, sentenced

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WESTLAKE, OH (WOIO) -

A local maid will be doing more cleaning up, for free, but this time it's part of her sentence.

Susan Warren was sentenced to one year, 20 hours of community work service, and slapped with $150 fine.

Warren, also known as "The Cleaning Fairy", plead guilty earlier this month to one count of attempted burglary. 

Police say back in the summer, the 53-year old Elyria woman, broke into Westlake home and started cleaning it. 

Before she left, scribbled her name, number, and address on a napkin along with a bill for $75.00 for the homeowner.

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