A Golden Gate Estates woman is accused of breaking into her ex-boyfriend’s home, stealing jewelry and a handgun, and pawning it for cash.
On Feb. 20, the homeowner said he was home on the 3200 block of Fifth Avenue Southwest when he saw McKenna Catherine Goodman, his son’s ex, coming out of his son’s room. Goodman left, and the homeowner called the Collier County Sheriff’s Office to report the break-in.
Deputies called Goodman to try to get her to return the stolen items, but Goodman never did, according to an arrest report. Detectives later found out she had stolen an $800 gold bracelet and pawned it for $210.
Goodman’s ex-boyfriend also said he had a .38-caliber revolver worth $100 that was missing.
Detectives interviewed Goodman, 20, Thursday and placed her under arrest. Goodman, of the 8500 block of Danbury Boulevard, faces charges of burglary of a dwelling while armed, grand theft, grand theft of a firearm, defrauding a pawnbroker and dealing in stolen property.
As of Friday, she remained at the Naples Jail Center in lieu of bonds totaling $60,000.