Deputies: Woman trespassed, removed monitoring device

An East Naples woman accused of trespassing at an Immokalee Habitat for Humanity home last week now stands accused of cutting off a court-ordered electronic monitoring device, according to an arrest report.

Whitney Cyruis, 18, also known as Tiffany Basitte, was arrested Thursday after Collier deputies said she was found at the Habitat house with drug paraphernalia. As of Monday, she faces an additional charge of destroying or damaging electronic monitoring equipment, a felony offense.

Cyruis is accused of cutting off the device at 11:17 p.m. on Sept. 23, according to an arrest report. Deputies said she was being supervised on juvenile probation.

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