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2 Women Arrested for Stealing Non-Paying John's Laptop While He's at Church

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Gentlemen, if you think you can just up and not pay for sexual services rendered, and then head off to church, a couple of San Diego-based ladies might want to teach you a lesson. Unfortunately for those ladies, however, their story takes a turn out of their favor, since the duo were arrested for stealing a man's laptop from his Glendale motel room, according to the News-Press. The motive for the theft: He didn't pay one of the gals for sex.

Not only do Sauceray Boyd, 21, and Kandalaria Freeman, 19, have two very interesting names, they also have arrest records stemming from an encounter at the Glen Capri Inn. Local authorities say the pair "often contact parolees and gang members" there. This time it was with a man who had been living at the motel for about a month, who reported his MacBook stolen while he was attending church.

Freeman reportedly told police, who caught up with the two at the nearby train station, she was expecting $200 from the man for services rendered, however, when he did not pay, the two helped themselves to his laptop, valued at $2,800. The women were subsequently arrested for burglary and grand theft.

Incidentally, the Glen Capri Inn happens to also be where police arrested another enterprising pair of alleged crooks just last week. Christopher Herrick and Traci Godlef were found at the motel in possession of over 200 "blank access" credit cards for celebrities and characters including Tim Burton, Tommy Lee Jones, and "Gaylord Focker."