Arizona mom accused of robbing home with son in tow

Arizona mother robs home with son in tow, police say

An Arizona woman is accused of burglarizing a home while bringing her grade school-aged son with her.

Brittany Shante Eason, 30, of Mesa, was charged with second-degree burglary in the Sept. 15 incident, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.

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According to police, Eason entered a Mesa home through a garage door window while leaving her son outside, KNXV reported.

According to police, Eason stole several pieces of jewelry and credit cards and put them in her car, the television station reported.

When the owners of the home arrived at their residence, they escorted Eason out of the garage, according to KNXV. The boy was seen by the victims outside the garage window, the television station reported.

According to court records, Eason ran up an $861 bill on the credit card. Police said some of the stolen jewelry was found in Eason's car by her father, KNXV reported.

Eason was arrested later in the day, the television station reported. She is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 4, according to court records.